Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Inside Pussy Riot – Theatre Review by Paul Vates — November 23, 2017
  2. Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat… — November 21, 2017
  3. Penclic B3 Bluetooth mouse – yes or no? by Milly Adams — November 21, 2017
  4. Christmas book ideas — November 21, 2017
  5. The Red Lion by Patrick Marber : A brilliant theatre review by Paul Vates — November 9, 2017

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Oct 18

Much More than books    by Milly Adams

    Frost has been looking at independent bookshops recently and has come across the gorgeous, thriving award winning White Rose BookCafé in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. As evidence of its success this remarkable bookshop  has just celebrated its 22nd birthday.   This bookshop is just perfect with its huge range of books, and a great …

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Oct 18

The Secret Keeper: theatre review by Paul Vates

    The Ovalhouse, London.     “too nice for its own good” The Good Daughter offers to keep her father’s secret – he has been so sad of late, it may cheer him up. He whispers it to her and feels joyous, the weight having been lifted. She has sworn to keep it secret, …

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Oct 16

Half term approaches – what to do, what to do… by Milly Adams

  Scamp Theatre present Stick Man Leicester Square Theatre – Saturday 21 October 2017 – Sunday 7 January 2018 This joyful adaptation of Children’s Laureate Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s bestselling book, Stick Man, returns to Leicester Square Theatre for another enchanting festive adventure.  Touching, funny and utterly original, Scamp Theatre’s (Tiddler & Other Terrific …

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Oct 11

Getting a Christmas gift list organised? A couple of great ideas…   by Milly Adams

The Flamingo Neon Light Tested on a ten year old and a world weary ‘seen it all’ teen both of whom totally loved this neon pink flamingo light, calling it really cool.  Actually it is huge fun and I wouldn’t mind it myself. Life is so serious right now, that something to lift the spirits is …

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Oct 07

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde: Theatre review by Paul Vates

  At Greenwich Theatre, London.   “you just have to sit back and let it overwhelm you” Bracknell-based Blackeyed Theatre have toured this country since 2004, producing everything from Brecht plays to The Great Gatsby. They have previously visited Dracula and Frankenstein, too. Their current production is a return to this horror genre which obviously …

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Oct 07

Festival of the Future City Bath

  To be held at venues across Bath including The Edge Thursday 19th October – Saturday 21st October 2017 Exciting arts and creativity hub, The Edge will host three days of talks, walks and workshops across the city centre looking at urban development in the 21st Century.  With a focus on the complexities of a …

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Oct 05

Books to cheer us on as the nights draw in – reviewed by Milly Adams

Agatha Raisin and the Witches’ Tree: M.C. Beaton has done it again. My favourite laugh aloud village crime author has, I think, a slightly, but only slightly darker touch in this latest offering, and it’s still wonderful. Rory and Molly Harris, the new vicar and his gorgeous wife, drive slowly home from a dinner party  and …

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Oct 01

Fancy a weekend away? Try Thirsk in North Yorkshire   By Milly Adams

  Thirsk in North Yorkshire is about a two and quarter hour train journey from London, or a three to four hour drive, so off we went to explore an area that interested us, following on the heels of the the Yorkshire Vet series, and before that All Creatures Great and Small. Thirsk is a traditional market town, …

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