Assassins. June 2016.

Dear Rowley, Should your heart wish to break for the Haute Ton of 18th century London, look no further than this morsel from Piers Morgan’s social column: ‘Sir Bruce Forsythe’s wife, Lady Wilnelia, threw a delightful dinner party at Fortum & Mason … Continue reading

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Hollywood Babylon. October 2014.

Dear Rowley, Hasn’t cinema in the West End become a test on the nerves?  The public has become so conditioned to personalise entertainment on iPhones, iPads and Dr Dre headphones that few people know how to behave courteously in a … Continue reading

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