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It was great to see Patrick Duffy live on stage at The Richmond Theatre, looking good and reminding us die-hard "Dallas" fans (think I spotted a few in the packed audience) and "Man From Atlantis" fans what a jolly nice guy he is.
Così Fan Tutte, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at The Coliseum, reviewed by John O’Brien:- The best comic opera in the best opera house, what more could anyone want? The prospect of the architectural wonders of the Coliseum and Mozart’s comic […]
I wrote a letter to my 23 year old daughter on International Women’s Day to offer her some sage advice from an older, wiser woman who has been round the block a few times and got the scars and the […]
Richmond Theatre is currently hosting a very enjoyable hour and a half long play (with no interval) called “An Hour An A Half Late” with Griff Rhys Jones and Janie Dee. The set is a rather glamorous sitting room somewhere […]
Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, at The Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre. Reviewed by John O’Brien:- Louise Bourgeois ought to be an inspiration to us all and it’s no wonder that Tracey Emin loves her. She didn’t start making art until […]
There have been many proudest parent moments in my life since having children. Their first smile, first time they stood up and walked, learnt to ride bicycles, watching them interact with other people, exam results (not all of them) and […]
We went to see the global debut of the “One Love Experience” – the new immersive Bob Marley exhibition yesterday at The Saatchi Gallery that’s on until the 18th April. All the more poignant because it was his birthday and […]