Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Guess what – first dates are as thrilling as sky diving – oh yeah? — February 14, 2018
  2. Strictly Come Dancing star’s debut novel (guess who) has been acquired by Bonnier Zaffre: by Dr Kathleen Thompson — February 14, 2018
  3. Fabulous launch for fabulous author – Helen Warner: by Kathleen Thompson — February 9, 2018
  4. Excitement builds at the news Joanna Trollope is on her way to Thirsk — February 8, 2018
  5. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Cramele Recas  by Milly Adams — February 8, 2018

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Feb 01

RedBellyBlack Theatre presents OK, Bye VAULT Festival.

OK, Bye – The Vaults, Leake Street, London SE1 7NN A busy times in the theatre world as winter begins to fade – oh please… Following an award-winning run at VAULT Festival 2017 with A Year From Now, RedBellyBlack Theatre returns with the world premiere of OK, Bye – a fierce and fresh take on …

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Feb 01

Guildhall Art Gallery’s alternative celebration of Valentine’s Day

Guildhall Art Gallery, Guildhall Yard, London EC2V 5AR Date: Friday 16th February 2018, 7pm – 10pm Exhibition dates: Thursday 7th September 2017 – Monday 2nd April 2018 Guildhall Art Gallery is offering an alternative Valentine’s Day experience, inviting you to celebrate something that we all have in common: life and death. Inspired by the core …

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Jan 31

Ken at The Bunker Theatre, Southwark: reviewed by Paul Vates

  ‘He was a maverick, a clown, a genius’   This play is about Ken – Ken Campbell – the force of nature who passed away some ten years ago. Written by the incredibly successful, versatile and witty Terry Johnson – it’s more of a lecture and eulogy to Ken, whom Terry first met in …

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Jan 29

Bettys has the answer for the upcoming celebrations

Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Easter are all looming, all heralding spring. But how to ring the changes in the gift line? Aah, well, just sometimes we are able to sample something extraordinary, mark you, we knew it would be because our contributing editor, Margaret Graham, has a special fondness for Yorkshire, in particular North …

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Jan 26

Looking For The Perfect Food? Did I find it at the Osteria dell’Angolo Restaurant? By Paul Vates

    My wife and I attended a Gala Dinner entitled Looking for the Perfect Food at the Osteria dell’Angolo Restaurant. Since childhood, I have had a personal mission to seek out the perfect jam roly poly. I had it once and it was superb, but ever since nothing has matched up to it. I …

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Jan 25

Bit of a round up, hey ho Silver… by Milly Adams

  Aprhodite’s Tears by Hannah Fielding Already an award winning author, (Echoes of Love) Fielding looks set to tempt us to join her on the Greek island of Helios which is where Oriel Anderson goes to join an archaeological dive team. It’s not just any team but an all male one, bar her. She is …

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Jan 24

The Moor: Old Red Lion Theatre

  February is one of those months: dry- January is over, February is promising longer days, but it’s still winter. So time for a night out. The Moor is coming up at the  Old Red Lion Theatre. So first a drink at the bar, then the play.   418 St John Street, London EC1V 4NJ …

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Jan 22

Book Competitions – Worth the Effort of Entering? By Dr Kathleen Thompson

Don’t judge a book by its cover—good advice maybe, but, as authors, we experience this unfair and superficial adjudication of our grandes oeuvres every minute of every day.  Whether potential readers are flicking through books in the local bookstore, or library, or scrolling down hundreds of thumbnail-sized cover images on Amazon, the book cover has …

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