Monthly Archives: January 2018

Bad language

Who wants to read a book about grammar and punctuation? Thought not. It is likely, if you had such a book, it would be purely for reference purposes – your job, your studies but, ultimately, a purely functional item. Anyway, … Continue reading

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A Passage to India – review

This review first appeared in British Theatre Guide Royal and Derogate and Simple8 Production A Passage to India based on the novel by E M Forster adapted by Simon Dormandy directed by Simon ¬†Dormandy and Sebastian Armesto Royal and Derogate … Continue reading

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When life gives you lemons (and a new cake tin)

I recently purchased a big, round cake tin in the Debenhams sale (and there was a tin inside it for biscuits!). So, with the worst reason ever to make a cake, I decided to ‘try out’ my new tin. (This … Continue reading

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Above the Mealy-mouthed Sea – review

This review first appeared in Sabotage Reviews Unholy Mess and Omnibus Theatre present Above the Mealy-mouthed Sea by Jemima Foxtrot and Lucy Allan directed by Lucy Allan designed by Mayou Trikerioti at Upstairs at the Western (part of Find the … Continue reading

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Two soups – the old and the new

Delivery of my Wonky Veg box¬†from Morrisons yesterday, a build-up of courgettes and trying to be organised for weekday lunches meant some hot soup action this morning. I’m a ‘try-it-and-see’ kind of cook; I use a recipe more for inspiration, … Continue reading

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