People’s Vote. London 2018

My 12 year old son and I travelled to London on Saturday to take part in the march for a People's Vote regarding the UK leaving the European Union. It was a lovely warm day, and we were amazed at the amount of people that gathered at Hyde Park. We had to wait two hours … Continue reading People’s Vote. London 2018

Napoleon is back!

Bonjour mes amis, Just returned from a delightful morning at Coleshill Town Hall where I had been invited to perform "Napoleon" for the University of the Third Age. There was a large lively audience and Napoleon was warmly welcomed, there was much laughter and banter and great fun as one the U3A members played Josephine! … Continue reading Napoleon is back!

Summer news!

Lest we forget today August the 6th is the anniversary of the first atomic bomb being used. The bomb was dropped by the crew of the Enola Gay of the United States Air Force on the Japanese City of Hiroshima 1945 with devastating and long term horrific circumstances. In 1984 I wrote my award winning … Continue reading Summer news!

Oradour Sur Glane

"Lest we forget."  Souviens- toi!  Seventy years ago today in a sleepy, quiet town called Oradour Sue Glane tucked away in the calm countryside of south west France a terrible tragedy was about to unfold.  It was a Saturday morning and school would finish early that day. The hotel was looking forward to guests arriving … Continue reading Oradour Sur Glane