A look beyond the cheerful Cockney stereotypes, shining a light on the lives of those who struggled to survive on the streets of London in the Victorian era. Continue reading Book Review: Vagabonds
A light-hearted memoir of a young stage manager who – quite by chance – became the first person to be called a Theatre Sound Designer. Continue reading Book Review: Name Dropping in the Wings
A man arrives in a strange town only to find that everyone knows his name, but thinks he’s someone else. Continue reading Theatre Review: The Comedy of Errors
With the news that William Shakespeare has taken the vaccine, I’ve dug out my review of The Upstart Crow… returning to TV this Christmas! Continue reading All’s Well That Ends Well?
Our twin nephews recently had their second birthday and it got us thinking about twins in literature. Continue reading Literary Twins