Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Father’s Day is fast approaching… — May 24, 2017
  2. World Gin Day Saturday 10th June by Milly Adams — May 23, 2017
  3. OSCAR’S BOOK PRIZE WINNER REVEALED  by Milly Adams — May 23, 2017
  4. Michael Rowan pops in to watch a pop up opera — May 23, 2017
  5. THEATRE REVIEW by Paul Vates — May 23, 2017

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May 24

Father’s Day is fast approaching…

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  And here we all are scratching our heads wondering what on earth to get ‘him indoors’ that isn’t the same old thing yet again. Socks or tie? Well, we can’t turn him into James Bond (and anyway he thinks he already is). Neither can we buy him a car with an ejector seat and …

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May 23

World Gin Day Saturday 10th June by Milly Adams

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  Try some new exotic flavoured gins from Halewood Wines & Spirits – to celebrate Gin Day. They really do slip down rather smoothly – I know, I’ve tried them. These new and evocative handcrafted gins really do work well on a lovely summer day, or, in fact on a dismal cool one. OK. OK. …

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May 23

OSCAR’S BOOK PRIZE WINNER REVEALED  by Milly Adams

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 15:  (L to R) James Ashton, Claudia Winkleman, winning author Rachel Bright, Princess Beatrice of York and Viveka Alvestrand attend Oscar's Book Prize 2017 in association with the London Evening Standard at The Ned on May 15, 2017 in London, England. 
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  Rachel Bright and Jim Field announced as winners of Oscar’s Book Prize 2017 for “The Koala Who Could”     The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright and Jim Field was announced as the winner of Oscar’s Book Prize 2017. Chosen from a shortlist of five titles in a search for the best book …

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May 23

Michael Rowan pops in to watch a pop up opera

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Michael is not only an occasional contributor to Frost on gin review matters, but the organiser of the annual Chesham Lowndesbourne – The Town Picnic: a programme of opera and classical music. I’ve been there and loved it, so why not hussle him off with Paul to get his take on The Secret Marriage? Over to Michael …

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May 23

THEATRE REVIEW by Paul Vates

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  -Up Opera’s Il Matrimonio Segreto (The Secret Marriage) by Domenico Cimarosa   at Christchurch C of E Church, Chorleywood, Hertfordshire   “…a wonderful and safe introduction to opera.”     The audience came pre-prepared. Most had had picnics beforehand in the adjoining church hall, as though it were a normal Saturday event.   The bubbly …

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May 09

THEATRE REVIEW by Paul Vates

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  OUT THERE ON FRIED MEAT RIDGE ROAD Trafalgar Studios 2, London   “If there is one play to see this month – it is this one”     Out There On Fried Meat Ridge Road is not one of the most accessible and catchy titles for a play, but it more than makes up …

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May 08

Punts – is on its way

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Punts – Theatre503, The Latchmere, 503 Battersea Park Road, London SW11 3BW Wednesday 31st May – Saturday 24th June 2017 You want me to have full penetrative sex with your son, right? I just wanted to, you know, check. Punts is – well what? Actually it’s a hilarious and thought provoking new play by Sarah Page …

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May 08

Might Make You Smile by Brenda Burling reviewed by Frances Colville  

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  This little book – Might Make You Smile by Brenda Burling – is designed to help you through diagnosis of and treatment for cancer by making you smile. The incidents related will be familiar to anyone who has had cancer or has supported family members through cancer treatment. Like a great many of us, …

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