Monthly Archives: December 2011

Koreans

The Prime Minister has come up with an amazing idea to save money on the Olympic Games opening and closing ceremonies while at the same time producing a spectacular event which will impress the billions of viewers around the world. … Continue reading

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Bognor Regis

I went to Bognor Regis last weekend. Why? Not why did I go thereā€¦I was in the area and thought I’d take a look. No, I mean why is Bognor there at all? There’s a scrappy strip of gravely beach, … Continue reading

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Holy Land

Some years ago I got the chance to visit the Christmas Market in Nazareth. It wasn’t a patch on the one in Bath. Mind you, it was early closing day, something our extremely grumpy taxi driver had failed to tell … Continue reading

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Dame In The Window

Walking past the former Habitat shop in Bath on a Thursday or Friday evening between now and Christmas, you might be pleasantly surprised to come across an installation that represents a glimpse back stage into a typical theatre dressing room. … Continue reading

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