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You just can’t keep a good woman down

Especially if she’s Dame June Bloom, “Australia’s favourite ukulele playing Shakespearean grandma”! After the success of our mini-tour to Scotland last month, we’ve been offered a spot at the cornerHOUSE Theatre, Surbiton in Surrey, on 23rd November. Here’s what our … Continue reading

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Room with (Apparently) Endless Views

My tiny home with its two huge windows is providing me with some fabulous theatre of life.  I’ve chosen one window in particular to feature under the hashtag #LoveMyWindow, and so far, over the past three months, I’ve found something … Continue reading

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“I’m Not Capitulating!”

Thus says Berenger at the end of Eugène Ionesco‘s play Rhinoceros, written in 1959. This was Ionesco’s creative response to the kind of ideological fundamentalism that results in Fascism and Nazism, with its themes of conformity, culture, mass movements, mob mentality, philosophy … Continue reading

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