Are we turning into a world of binary thinkers, without the capacity to hold a nuanced debate? And is social media driving this binary outlook?Read More Is social media driving a binary outlook on life?
It’s been a very sad few months for music, with many talented, influential musicians going to the great gig in the sky – and RIP to all these souls. But Bowie is different… so, so different. Losing Bowie eclipses EVERYTHING. Having Ziggy and Major Tom snatched from us in such a heartbreaking and untimely way […]Read More Goodbye, Mr Bowie: there’s a starman, waiting in the sky
If you’re a fan of classic, nail-biting thrillers, get yourself down to Broxbourne Civic Hall on 30th April or 1st and 2nd May for The Small Hours. Hoddesdon Players are presenting Francis Durbridge’s renowned 1991 play. And it’s edge of the (plane) seat stuff! Sussex hotelier, Carl Houston, is returning from a trip to Australia when […]Read More A high-flying thriller from Hoddesdon Players
I’m getting old. There, I said it! They say that you’re as old as you feel, but in reality you’re as old as your cultural references. And when you start quoting TV shows, films and songs that no-one around you has heard of then you’re on the rocky road to obsolescence. Let me explain. There […]Read More Cultural references and getting old