Review: Cinderella

It’s December, which means my house is full of presents underneath the tree in the corner of the living room. It means there’s a little clock on the shelf which belts out Christmas songs every hour. It means that the kitchen is filled with the smells of Danish Christmas treats. Most of all though, it means … More Review: Cinderella

On George HW Bush

It is difficult to write on the occasion of the death of a man who loved his county so much that he dedicated his life to its service. In the death of its 41st President, the United States of America has lost a man who so perfectly and precisely embodied the values of his nation. … More On George HW Bush

Happy Birthday NHS

“It will provide you with all medical, dental, and nursing care. Everyone — rich or poor; man, woman or child — can use it or any part of it. There are no charges, except for a few special items. There are no insurance qualifications. But it is not a ‘charity’. You are all paying for … More Happy Birthday NHS

Spirit of Fire 2018

Today I went to London because my brother Andrew had been nominated for The Firefighters Charity Spirit of Fire Non-Beneficiary Award. The ceremony itself took place in One Great George Street l and was followed by a reception at 10 Downing Street hosted by The Rt. Hon. Sajid Javid MP, the Home Secretary. I wanted … More Spirit of Fire 2018

REVIEW: The Forgotten Princess

Everyone has a favourite fairytale princess. But who’s yours? Belle? Aurora? Arial? Noname? Cinderella? What was that? You’ve never heard of Princess Noname? Well, that might be because her story is unfinished. Groundlings Theatre‘s Easter pantomime The Forgotten Princess tells the story of Princess Noname on her quest to find – and finish – her story. … More REVIEW: The Forgotten Princess