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Tag Archives: Theatre
I must confess here and how that I am a fully signed up member of Agatha Christies Fan Club. This is a woman who created the one and only fantastic Hercule Poirot and the marvellous Miss Marple! What’s not to … Continue reading
Blimey I am sorry life has been a bit bumpy but I feel I have come through the other end now and hope to be more frequent blogger again! So in July (YES I KNOW) I treated myself to my annual … Continue reading
It has been a bumpy week, highs, lows and disappointments but all these were forgotten on Thursday afternoon when I went to see The Knight of the Burning Pestle at the newly added Sam Wanamaker theatre. Firstly the theatre itself. … Continue reading