Tag Archives: Travel
Larmer Tree gardens, Wiltshire, at their most beautiful in June. Definitely worth a visit.
Laura Linney luminous in My Name is Lucy Barton at The Bridge in Rona Munro’s superb adaptation of Elizabeth Strout’s novel.
Loving: Russell T Davies’ adaptation of John Preston’s A Very English Scandal. Bunnies can and must go to the BAFTAs. https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/may/27/sundays-best-tv-a-very-english-scandal-jonathan-meades-on-jargon
Melissa Scott Miller’s award-winning pictures of North London. http://www.scottmillerart.com/
The South African garden at RHS Chelsea. Robbed of a gold but silver guilt nonetheless.
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.
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/
Jo is producing this new 6 part drama series for CPL Productions for ITV – Brief Encounters. Set in Sheffield in 1982, it follows the fortunes of a group of women who start holding Ann Summers Parties to make ends meet.