Monthly Archives: March 2019

‘Kunene and the King’ with Anthony Sher and John Kani.

Ever since (as a stagehand) I helped Anthony Sher up onto his wooden horse in Dick the Shit (Richard III) he has been my favourite stage actor. However, and this I admit is weird, I don’t know what it is … Continue reading

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Bash a Burglar?

I note that Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip (Harry) Seccombe has admitted that the 101 service is a load of crap, (The Stratford upon Avon Herald 21st March & I paraphrase), which must beg the question, ‘this being so, … Continue reading

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Excerpts from The Book of Stratford upon Avon.

‘The William’. Chapter 1. V.1-9 1…and it came to pass that in that town a child of great wisdom was born. 2. Such greatness did God bestow upon him that in later years the people did build a temple to … Continue reading

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