A month in the Dordogne was just the tonic I needed to step away from my life for a minute and reboot. To be honest, it was more fill my boots than reboot – with rosè, coffee, figs, cheese, croissants, chocolatines, baguettes, tomatoes, tapenade and the rest.
Posted by Family Affairs on 26-08-2019 in BLOG / REVIEWS / TRAVEL tagged with Dordogne / Eyemet / Family / Issigiac / rose Posted by Family Affairs on 12-08-2019 in REVIEWS tagged with Evita / Regent's Park Theatre Posted by Family Affairs on 21-07-2019 in BLOG / REVIEWS tagged with Disney / The Lion King / The Lion King review
O.M.G. This is the most extraordinary piece of cinematography I have ever seen. I simply cannot imagine (until you sit through the endless rolling credits) just how huge the effort has been for Disney to produce a computer-generated, all animal film as good as this. It is truly humbling to […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 05-07-2019 in BLOG / REVIEWS tagged with Glastonbury 2019 / Michael Kiwanuka / plastic / The Cuban Brothers / The Cure / ticks / walking Posted by Family Affairs on 26-06-2019 in BLOG / REVIEWS tagged with Glastonbury Posted by Family Affairs on 06-06-2019 in BLOG / REVIEWS / TRAVEL tagged with Ditchling / Glyndebourne / Rathfinny / Ridgeview / Sussex Posted by Family Affairs on 04-06-2019 in BLOG / REVIEWS tagged with books / Hay festival / Hay on Wye / literature / sandi toksvig / Stephen Fry Posted by Family Affairs on 04-06-2019 in REVIEWS tagged with betrayal / Charlie Cox / Harold Pinter / Harold Pinter Theatre / Tom Hiddleston / Zawe Ashton
John O’Brien has reviewed “Betrayal” by Harold Pinter currently showing at the Harold Pinter Theatre:- First off I should declare that Charlie Cox is my wife’s cousin. So caveat emptor or reader beware. This production of “Betrayal”, Harold Pinter’s 1978 play about his extramarital affair with Joan Bakewell, the so […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 07-05-2019 in REVIEWS tagged with Admissions / Alex Kingston / review / Richmond Theatre
“Admissions” will be coming to Richmond Theatre from Monday 27th May – Saturday 1st June. Currently playing in the West End, it is reviewed below by John O’Brien:- “Admissions” appropriately for a play about white power is currently playing at the Trafalgar Studios in the very heart of political power […]
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