A: You can say all you want about him, what I say is this: Donald Trump isn’t all bad. B: No, you’re right there. He isn’t all bad. A: I mean – he’s probably not the finest human being. B: … Continue reading Trump’s absolutely fine
Although I love theatre in general and musical theatre in particular, I am not the kind of person who reads Variety or The Stage and keeps up with every new development. Like many people, I don’t even have the time … Continue reading Hamilton
You know what? What? I’m really happy. What? You know. Don’t you sometimes think that you should just come out and say it? I mean, we don’t give ourselves the chance do we? Just to say it. I am happy. … Continue reading How to be happy in a sad, sad world
I have been reading a book about populism. It’s a word that I keep seeing written and which I’ve never properly understood. It usually appears in the phrase ‘a wave of populism’, which sounds like rather a lovely thing. A … Continue reading Populism
A: Mummy, who’s Donald Trump? B: Oh dear… A: Is he like Donald Duck? B: Well, not quite… A: Like Donald Duck, but a trump instead of a duck. B: You know we don’t say ‘trump’ darling, we say ‘popple’. … Continue reading Mummy, who is Donald Trump?
We’re getting used to these nights now. There could be a referendum on whether everyone in Britain should have a red hot poker up their arse, and all the polls could show not a single person wanted a red hot … Continue reading Democracy 2.0
This isn’t even topical, but now the egregious Farage has curried enough favour with the Orange Demagogue to be suggested as the UK’s ambassador to the US, it’s something that people are still going on about, so I can’t remain … Continue reading Bus
Scenario: You got a job. It’s a good job. It has a house that goes with it. You live in it rent free. You get paid well. You’re glad you get paid well. You don’t know quite what it is … Continue reading Palace