Into The Archives….

We are currently putting on hold all Show Of The Week articles so instead we are delving into the archives with a few articles every Monday to make up for it. So every Monday we will be sharing a few interviews from our archives for you to read and enjoy – this is everything from the world of improv, to comedy to music. Enjoy.

 


Question Roulette: 642 Questions To Go And We Go Out Of This World

At the beginning of 2017 we started our 3 year journey of answering ever question in the book 642 Things To Write About by The San Francisco Writers Grotto. Read the first ever article then maybe delve through all the other articles!

“The doors to the shuttle slowly open and make a big bang on the rubble. The other astronaut who has been to the moon before goes out first with heavy camera equipment attached to the moon buggy…”

 

The Travel Book: Sunsets and Sunrise

In 2018 we looked at the world of Sunsets and Sunrises in our article The Travel Book. Our Editor is a huge fan of taking photos of them and in this article she reflects on some of the best photos she has taken.

“Every night, this island created some of the most breathtaking sunsets…”

Click here to read the article 


 

Last year our Editor went and saw Rhod Gilbert perform his brand new show The Book of John in Newcastle and we reviewed it. This was also one of our most read articles of 2019.

“Even though it is hilarious it has a deep and meaningful message to it and you walk away feeling satisfied with the amount you have laughed but also thinking about the topics that have been discussed…”

Click here to read full review 

 

 

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