Repair garden fence
I need my garden fence repaired.If you know of people . Please let me know
March 9 2014 Latest news:
“Rachael’s so believable,” said my companion after this charming show. “I feel I really got to know her.”
As midwestern stereotypes go, Eric Wininger had it all. Living a small-town life in Bloomington, Indiana, the married father of three was a wood-chopping, motorcycle-riding churchgoer who earned his keep selling ink toner from door to door.
The double bill of operas currently playing at the Kings Head could not be more different and yet both in essence deal with the tragedy of womankind.
Like many classic comedies, Shelagh Delaney’s 1950s slice of northern realism ‘A Taste of Honey’ was intent upon breaching social boundaries.
But its dated themes were the only sticking point of this delectable revival.
Tennessee Williams spent much of his later life in hotel rooms and indeed died in one in 1983. He wrote many short plays set in them – often seedy, run-down boarding houses – but this trio of vignettes, penned in different decades, takes place in three rooms at one of London’s most elegant hotels.
Jonny Lee Miller has just flown stateside to do it while Benedict Cumberbatch has certainly done us proud here. With over 70 actors having played Sherlock Holmes – consistently listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the ‘‘most portrayed movie character’’ – there’s no shortage of Sherlocks to favour.
Here is a play about things that are happening right now. The author has taken her material from interviews with gay, lesbian and transgender people who have suffered the persecution in Russia and has reproduced them word for word.
It’s a harrowing fact, but 1984 is that rare type of book that ripens with age. The Almeida’s theatrical interpretation is a typically stylish, highly detailed and terrifyingly relevant affair in the wake of the Snowden revelations.
Building on the success of their recent American Psycho production, the Almeida Theatre has announced two intriguing new plays set to run from springtime.
We’ve all seen Islington change over the years, but none quite as much as poor Joseph Grimaldi. When the renowned 19th century entertainer is resurrected in his eponymous park, the land he once knew as fields greets him as a concrete collection of flats, shops and burger joints.
Share information, opinions and advice with people in your area on the local social network, brought to you in association with the Islington Gazette.Join the conversation in Islington >> Join the conversation in Islington >>
The Commitments musical have teamed up with London24 and the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, to offer five pairs of tickets to see The Commitments Musical on St Patrick’s Day.