Monthly Archives: March 2019

Jerusalem – Sutton Arts Theatre

**** “Fuck me, the committee have only gone and approved it!” “They didn’t mind that boring cunts would walk out?” “Nah, they can have a wank in the bogs for all I care” The above is an imagined exchange from … Continue reading

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Derby Theatre – Avenue Q

  Avenue Q – Derby Theatre **** Avenue Q was premiered in 2003. Sixteen years on, this Tony Award Best Musical award- winning show has lost none of its freshness, or mischief. Its writing credentials are formidable. The music and … Continue reading

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Derby Theatre – Avenue Q, A Preview

  It is cold, windy and still a bit dark in the evenings. Winter has not quite left us yet. Derby County’s promotion challenge is failing as Frank Lampard discovers that the team is not quite as good as Chelsea’s … Continue reading

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Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy, 1945-1975 by Max Hastings – book review

  I was a young child living in America from 1965- 68. Although too young to make an informed judgement myself, nonetheless, the Vietnam War created an indelible impression on me. Every television and radio bulletin carried a butcher’s bill … Continue reading

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