You would be forgiven for doing a double take upon reading the poster for the latest production from the Richmond Shakespeare Society (RSS): a premiere?  Of a Shakespeare play?  And who’s this Cardenio character?  Your eye might then be drawn to the other two authors below the play’s title, …

To lovers of literature, whether plays or poetry, libraries are special places and few more so than the British library. As one of Europe’s largest, it is home to some of the most important, most widely read, most sought after texts ever written. With archives that include treasures like the …

This weekend, in recognition of  ‘Shakespeare400’ (400 years since Ol’ Will’s death) London was treated to not one, not two but all thirty-seven Shakespeare plays – for free! Because after all, though the bard was born and bread 100 miles ‘up the road’ in Stratford Upon Avon, It was in …

Like fireworks in my head, this event tonight (http://poejazzimarch-eorgf.eventbrite.com/ http://www.poejazzi.com/) has exploded in my head and sent thoughts and ideas cascading through my mind like a waterfall in anti-gravity. Creative. Captivating. Innovative. Passionate. Profound.  It gets into your head. It gets under your skin. It sits in your soul, and …