How the Other Half Loves – Cheltenham Everyman REVIEW

  Alan Ayckbourn’s How The Other Half Loves is a late 60s classic six man play. Ayckbourn’s goals to highlight different classes and explore the breaking down of a marriage are shaped into this piece. Teamed with this classic playwright is legendary producer Bill Kenwright and successful director Alan Strachan, the three of whom between… Continue reading How the Other Half Loves – Cheltenham Everyman REVIEW

Evan Davis – Cheltenham Literature Festival Review

Alas, the time has come. The final review of the Cheltenham Literature Festival 2017. I internally wept a silent tear whilst leaving Montpellier Park’s bustle of couples and families, smells of hog roast and fresh books and abundance of joy it brings to the town centre for the 10 days of October. (Cliché alert) To… Continue reading Evan Davis – Cheltenham Literature Festival Review

Hillary Clinton – Cheltenham Literature Festival

How on earth do you review a talk by a politician? Especially one of the most well known politicians of the day. I’ve got to give an opinion on somebody who everybody in the world has an opinion on, wish me luck! Please bear in mind this piece will be purely based on her performance… Continue reading Hillary Clinton – Cheltenham Literature Festival

Richard Osman’s World Cup of Everything – Cheltenham Literature Festival REVIEW

Known for his extensive knowledge, ‘Pointless’ friend and 6 ft 7-ness Richard Osman returns to Cheltenham Literature Festival. This year he has gone solo and is accompanied by only his book of The World Cup of Everything. I saw Richard and Alexander last year at the festival and I loved listening to the two of… Continue reading Richard Osman’s World Cup of Everything – Cheltenham Literature Festival REVIEW