I am not one for clichéd tourist destinations, always having preferred to browse the shelves of Shakespeare and Co in Paris rather than visit the Eiffel Tower. I am proud to say I have never been to Egypt or the pyramids, happy to leave that to the 3 million people who go there every year. Continue reading
The West End run of The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night-Time came to a sudden end in December 2013 when the ceiling of the Apollo theatre collapsed.
Three casts, seven Olivier Awards and one disaster later, Marian Elliot’s production of Mark Haddon’s novel is back on at the Gielgud Theatre. It would be an understatement to say I was literally over the moon when my husband gave me two tickets to see the adaptation of one of my favourite novels on the stage. (Ross is now an expert in how to keep a literary geek happy.) Continue reading