Three Eggs by Mike Snelle
June 12, 2011 – 11:00 am | No Comment

The three eggs were the palest of blues, almost white, and were freckled unevenly with tiny brown specks. They were the most beautiful things Thomas had ever held in his hands. He had seen plenty …

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INTERVIEW – MAUREEN DUFFY
December 21, 2009 – 3:23 pm | No Comment
INTERVIEW – MAUREEN DUFFY

by Hannah Gilkes
Maureen Duffy (b. 1933 in Worthing, Sussex) is a notable contemporary British poet, playwright and novelist. She has also published a literary biography of Aphra Behn, and The Erotic World of Faery a …

THEATRE – BLACK ALBUM, NATIONAL THEATRE
November 18, 2009 – 10:58 am | No Comment
THEATRE – BLACK ALBUM, NATIONAL THEATRE

by Hannah Gilkes

In 1995 Hanif Kureishi looked back and saw the beginnings of a trend that was to prove prophetic. The Black Album follows the young Shahid from Kent as he starts university in London, …

PHOTOGRAPHY – QUEEN: THE UNSEEN ARCHIVE, PROUD CENTRAL
August 18, 2009 – 10:34 am | No Comment
PHOTOGRAPHY – QUEEN: THE UNSEEN ARCHIVE, PROUD CENTRAL

Hannah Gilkes

Proud Central’s latest exhibition, Queen: the Unseen Archive, features the work of Peter ‘Ratty’ Hince, the band’s chief roadie for more than 10 years. He met Queen in 1973, switching his allegiance from Mott …

THEATRE – DON JOHN, BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE
April 13, 2009 – 6:37 pm | No Comment
THEATRE – DON JOHN, BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE

by Hannah Gilkes

The contrasts in this production are immediate; sterile unhappiness versus Don John’s vibrancy and overt sexuality. There is very little doubt over which will triumph, particularly in the run up to the interval when …