An American in Paris. March 2017.

Dear Rowley, One of the all time favourite quotes about the acting profession comes courtesy of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads.  It likens actors to mushrooms ‘because you’re kept in the dark most of the time and every so often somebody throws … Continue reading

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The Perfect Year. January 2014.

Dear Rowley, I do enjoy Dogging, don’t you? I refer of course to the deliciously foul and filthy song of the same name that inevitably stops any Fascinating Aida show. As a pre-New Year’s Eve treat Simon treated La Farmer, … Continue reading

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Liza Plays The Palace. June 2012.

Dear Rowley, A magical evening in the company of Scott ‘Bespoke Banter’ Wimsett and the legendary Liza Minnelli who headlined at the Hampton Court Palace Music Festival tonight. I’ve told you all my stories about hustling an interview with Liza … Continue reading

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