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 10

FuturBalla: Life Light Speed – Ester Coen Editor  A review by Margaret  Graham

  FuturBalla: Life Light Speed – Ester Coen Editor Born in Turin in 1871 Giacomo Balla was in time to see Rome become the new capital of Italy. Turin up to then the political focal point of the Risorgimento, and capital, was impoverished. This persuaded his mother to move to Rome in 1895 to give …

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Sep 09

Finding Gobi by Dion Leonard – Reviewed by Milly Adams

  This for me is the book of the decade.   Finding Gobi is hailed as a true story of a little dog and an incredible journey. Well, it is. But it’s so much more. In fact, for me it’s the book of the decade. Beautifully written, full of pace, tension and sensitivity,  it charts Dion …

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Sep 07

Dante’s Divine Comedy at Baron’s Court Theatre.   Review by Michael Rowan

  Can any venue be more fitting for this particular play, than the cellar of the Curtains Up Pub, with its gothic arched vaults doubling as the very depths of Hell? This is a production that keeps true to the tenet that theatre should be accessible to all. A play for those who think that …

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Sep 05

A Day in the Life of Victoria Fox

I wake up, wondering why I’m not on a beach in the Seychelles. Where is the sound of the ocean, the gentle sway of my hammock? This is the life a bonkbuster author ought to have: glamour, cocktails, lazy mornings spent penning a chapter in my satin bathrobe, all elegant turban and painted nails… Or …

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Aug 29

Wines for an Indian summer: by Milly Adams

  KWV is an interesting South African winery, one of the established names which has modernised; part owned by a Black Empowerment business they have a young enthusiastic team and are powering on with the production of some absolutely excellent wines. So, onto the wine.   The Granache Blanc 2016 is dry, fruity, (was there …

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Aug 29

Antic Disposition’s presentation of Richard III: reviewed by Paul Vates

    Antic Disposition presents William Shakespeare’s Richard II1 at The Temple Church, London   “Everyone is close to the action and can delight in the deviousness of the play”         The Temple Church echoes with the sounds of footsteps and hushed voices, as it has for centuries. But on this evening, …

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Aug 29

Books, books, books… for the autumn.

  My crime rave of the season: Chris Whitaker’s All The Wicked Girls It’s hard these days to find a novel that is not derivative, but this is one of those rare beasts.  Chris Whitaker follows Tall Oaks, his ‘missing child’ thriller with All The Wicked Girls. His writing romps along, his timelines and points …

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Aug 25

A Day in the Life of Ellie Holmes

Ellie Holmes, 2nd place prize winner of the International Words for the Wounded Independent Author Book Award with he wonderful The Flower Seller tells Frost Magazine readers about her day – as an author. When the sun is shining I like nothing better than to relocate from my study to the garden. I only have …

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