For those in need of more carnivory nourishment this Christmas, (or in the new year when the taste of turkey begins to pall) there is a rather good steak restaurant in Shoreditch. Harold Chapman’s review of the “Jones Family Project” is now headlining in the Arbuturian.
If any of you are in need of some lightweight frippery for Christmas, recommended is “Cinderella” at The Lyric. Harold Chapman, previously a self confessed “panto-phobe”, sees the light. Here is his review, now headlining in the Arbuturian.
Part Two of Harold Chapman’s short story, “Laura’s Dress” now in the Arbuturian. The titular heroine unveils the dress at a new school…
Part One of a new piece of short fiction written by Harold Chapman is now in the Arbuturian. “Laura’s Dress” is about the making of a young girl’s dream dress in the 1970s as old New Zealand conservatism clashes with the new hippie era.
Part Two of Harry Chapman’s article, “Horses, Film Stars and Cider: Deauville and the Pays d’Auge” is headlining in “The Arbuturian” with this part’s focus on the American Film Festival and the World Equestrian Games.