Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Young Voices by Meg Cannell — February 20, 2017
  2. THE GIRLS: the musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth — February 19, 2017
  3. Find Me – review — February 17, 2017
  4. What a great thing: Flying Brit Attempts to Break Four Wingsuit World Records — February 17, 2017
  5. A helluva line-up for WforW Litfest Day near London on 25th March. — February 14, 2017

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Feb 20

Young Voices by Meg Cannell

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Recently I went to see the national theatre production of The Curious Incident Of The Dog in the Night-time. I went with my drama class as a school trip. I have to say it is one of the best shows I have ever seen. I don’t want to spoil it too much, but the acting …

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Feb 19

THE GIRLS: the musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth

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    OK, I have to confess, I have a granny crush on Gary Barlow. Embarrassing and I don’t know why I’m declaring it publicly. It’s ever since I saw him doing his Helmand concert for the troops. Apart from his own performance he was so encouraging and supportive to the fabulous Jonny and the …

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Feb 17

Find Me – review

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  I’m a reader with extraordinarily limited patience. If the author hasn’t written a first page that grabs me, hauls me in, has me salivating to find out more, then forget it. I haven’t time or inclination to work hard. OK, call me grumpy, but that’s my state of play.   Yet again Head of …

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Feb 17

What a great thing: Flying Brit Attempts to Break Four Wingsuit World Records

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Why on earth would anyone do this? Fraser Corsan will be facing the gravity defying challenge in a bid to raise £1million for SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity –  a cause close to his heart   When the two grannies, who run Words for the Wounded with me, did a fundraising sky dive what heroes we …

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Feb 14

A helluva line-up for WforW Litfest Day near London on 25th March.

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  A few years ago I was having coffee with my agent at St Pancras. Across a crowded room I spotted my all time favourite author, Frederick Forsyth, also having coffee, or perhaps, sensibly, something stronger.   Of course I hyperventilated and Viv said, ‘Go and say hello, you’re with the same publishing house after …

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Feb 14

The Outsider by Frederick Forsyth

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This memoir is subtitled My Life in Intrigue, and it certainly is, but so much more besides. I have a friend who was telling me that she read The Day of the Jackal when she was a teenager, and has never forgotten it. She remembers thinking, ‘Now that’s how to write a book that can’t …

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Feb 13

An Important day is coming up

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   BREAST CANCER: DRUGS FUNDING & TRIALS Achieving world-class patient outcomes   A Pink Ribbon event Thursday 23 March 2017,  9-5. Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, London EC1V  Gerard Dugdill, publisher/coordinator Pink Ribbon is the organiser of this crucial Breast Cancer event.  Dr Kathleen Thompson, Frost Magazine’s health correspondent and award winning author of From Both …

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Feb 10

Valentine’s Day can’t slip past without some boozy ideas…

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We are Frost Magazine after all, and do love tasting the odd little number – so here we go.   For Her Żubrówka Embossed Bison Grass Bottle MRRP £20.00 Available from Tesco Waitrose and Sainsbury’s Żubrówka Vodka, the Original Bison Grass Vodka, has over 500 years of tradition and history. Żubrówka’s exceptional character is emphasized by a single bison …

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