The Drag. July 2016.

Dear Rowley, I’m quite fastidious about printing-off photographs snapped on my iPhone if only because I’ve poleaxed enough MacBook Airs with glasses of red wine to know that technology is not infallible and the iCloud is about as reliable as … Continue reading

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Death Becomes Her. December 2015.

Dear Rowley, To St George’s Mayfair, Hangover Square, for the Christmas carol service and post prandial champagne last night before dinner at Andrew Edmunds. With the weather being so ghastly in London in the run-up to Christmas, I’ve found it … Continue reading

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Met Ball May 2011

Dear Rowley, So it’s curtains for Osama Bin Laden. It has always struck me that he looked rather docile and beatific to be the personification of evil but that just shows how wrong you can be. Look at Simon Cowell. … Continue reading

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