Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. A Marvellous Marathon Effort — September 18, 2017
  2. COMPANION DOG SHOW & HANDLER OF THE SOUTH — September 15, 2017
  3. THEATRE REVIEW: Thebes Land by Paul Vates — September 13, 2017
  4. Preview of Cheltenham Literature Festival 6 – 15 October by Milly Adams — September 11, 2017
  5. Theatre Review:  Mrs Orwell at Southwark Playhouse, London — September 11, 2017

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Sep 18

A Marvellous Marathon Effort

  An amazing team of 22 supporters completed an epic ‘Marathon Effort’ to raise funds for the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF).   Joe Barnett, JTYAF Trustee, organised the walk which started at Sandbanks and finished 26 miles along the coast path, in Lymington.  Although they headed off in glorious sunshine they battled wind …

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Sep 15

COMPANION DOG SHOW & HANDLER OF THE SOUTH

COMPANION DOG SHOW & HANDLER OF THE SOUTH   The John Thornton Young Achievers’ Foundation has arranged the Companion Dog Show which will take place on Saturday 30th September at West Parley Memorial Hall.  With the popular ‘Handler of the South,’ Pedigree, Novelty and Handler classes, a Scurry and Fun Rally, there is something for …

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Sep 13

THEATRE REVIEW: Thebes Land by Paul Vates

  At The Arcola Theatre, London   “It ticks all the boxes” A three-metre high cage separates us from Martin, a convicted killer. He’s a troubled young man, never receives visitors, orphaned. Cancer killed his mother, he killed his father. All he has, when allowed into this cage, is a basketball and the hoop to …

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Sep 11

Preview of Cheltenham Literature Festival 6 – 15 October by Milly Adams

  As everyone knows by now, Frost Magazine is interested in literature, not to mention drama, and painting… Well, the arts in general, but especially literature. So have a look at Cheltenham’s mouth-watering line-up. Bernard Cornwell Around 1,000 speakers will take part in more than 550 events, from literary heavyweights and emerging talent, to the …

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Sep 11

Theatre Review:  Mrs Orwell at Southwark Playhouse, London

  Reviewed by PAUL VATES “The story unfolds with a subtlety one would expect only from a good writer.”   It is 1949. George Orwell is in hospital with TB. The outspoken author is struggling and sees salvation in Sonia Bronwell, an assistant magazine editor twenty years his junior. He proposes to her, placing her …

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Sep 11

THEATRE REVIEW: ISHQ The Musical at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London

  Review by Paul Vates   “London’s first ever Anglo Punjabi Sufi musical”     On the poster, it states ‘London’s first ever Anglo Punjabi Sufi musical’. Who am I to argue? There may never be another one – which would be an awful shame. Sadler’s Wells Theatre was packed and the buzz was thrilling …

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Sep 11

Book Review of: Star Wars: Phasma by Delilah S Dawson:

  Review by Chris Donaldson. Interspersed between the canon of Star Wars films most of us know, is another body of work – mostly books but a couple of animated tv series also – that expand the universe.  They flesh out minor characters and add back story to various events that are briefly alluded to …

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Sep 10

A Day in the Life of Chris Whitaker

    The day begins at 4.30am. An ungodly hour but my three-year-old is one of those needy types. He tells me about a nightmare he’s had which involves Death. I left a copy of The Book Thief lying around and he’s become obsessed with the cover. I work from home and at 7am begin …

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