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Date: Monday 24th August 2020
YOU won’t believe this I know, but I have become a Taylor Swift fan, and not just because of those improbably long legs. The American singer has brought out a new album, Folklore, with a bonus track dedicated to the Lake District, which she visited with ex-boyfriend Harry Styles in 2012.
Date: Monday 3rd August 2020
WHAT with the weather and the holidays, plus the pesky virus, the demolition of Hadrian’s Wall is probably too big a job for a bunch of socially aware snowflakes to attempt. Unlike a few dodgy statues of imperialists and slave traders it’s also a bit long, 73 miles long, and rather heavy to shift.
Date: Monday 1st June 2020
THIS week, but for the infernal COVID-19, I would have been writing reviews for two theatre productions. Sadly Boeing, Boeing has gone, gone, while Wilt has wilted. Two productions which would have formed part of the summer season at Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake. A season lost in its entirety.
Date: Tuesday 14th April 2020
IN 1962 the world was a scary place. I was 14, at school, when the Cuban missile crisis broke. The real prospect of worldwide nuclear war. I remember thinking, as our teacher meandered through a history lesson, tomorrow we might all be history.