Category Archives: History
Edge-of-the-seat first episode of latest series of “Line of Duty” with working mother Thandie Newton.
Delightful, laugh-a-minute androgynous Twelfth Night at The National with Tamsin Greig starring as Mrs.Danvers-like Malvolia and Doon McKichan’s tuneful Feste.
Elisabeth Leonskaja playing Shostakovich at LSO St Luke’s
Hans Holbein portraits of two Thomases – More and Cromwell partnered at The Frick Collection.
Thanksgiving Hospitality in Boston.
Sublime production of Amadeus at Olivier. Lucien Msamati and Adam Gillen. And musicians galore.
A welcome return to Herefordshire and the delights of Shobdon Church.
80-year-old Glenda Jackson as King Lear and strong supporting cast at The Old Vic.
Spine-tingling storytelling in this second series of The Missing.
Hugely enjoyable The Beatles Eight Days a Week – the touring years.
Coffee at our nearby museum The Geffrye with its dedication to “the middling sort” and a wander round its chronologically-arranged gardens.
Loved @bastilledan’s band set at our weekend @FestivalNo6 despite mud and torrential rain. Portmeirion a revelation.
Visiting Duomos, Castles and Baptistries in Emilia-Romagna. Seba Pezzani’s set also rained out – but fun.
@AmyShindler’s thought-provoking, action-packed, sparky play Burning Bridges @theatre503 https://theatre503.com/whats-on/burning-bridges/