- Interesting research into how music affects us, including on a healing level. - Making sound visible - known as cymatics, is a fascinating subject. - Monthly newsletter of new London, Edinburgh Fringe, and New York theatre shows. - Website of Sam Bobrick, the prolific American playwright of over 40 comedy plays. - Events taking place in the wonderful Broomfield Park (Palmers Green, London), where I sing in the conservatory. - Monthly workshop at Theatre Royal Stratford East, London, which helps develop plays by reading and discussing new writing. - International competition for short plays of up to 10 minutes. - New writing drama podcast.


And here's a bit of fun ...


A very clever spin on The Beatles. A talented man this Mike Batt. I can see him going places! 


The incomparable Dudley was naturally gifted in so many fields. This is made even funnier when Cilla forgets to sing.


Some Bing wizardry.


Unfortunately they don't make them like Victor anymore! Pure genius.


An inspirational talk by Tommy Emmanuel, showcasing his musicianship and 'one-man band' style of playing - self taught amazingly. One of the finest guitarists I've ever seen.


                                                Wow! He still had it. This makes me smile – a real tonic to watch, and still so graceful at 71 years young (his dancing starts at 2.28.) He had filmed his final musical, Finian's Rainbow the year before, so was still dancing but obviously a little puffed after this. One of his last requests was to thank his fans for their years of support – which pretty much sums him up as a person.


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