Kizzia Quarterly – Vol 1 – Winter/Spring 2017

It is now almost the end of May and this is less of a quarterly and more of a half-ly (if Shakespeare was allowed to make up words, I am too) but I’m not going to let that put me off sharing it with you! I should first say that I wrote most of this … Continue reading Kizzia Quarterly – Vol 1 – Winter/Spring 2017

November’s Monthly Musings … of words, war and a wonderful weekend

Just scraping in on the last day of the month with this one, in three parts …. Words … November was NaNoWriMo month and I, along with thousands of other people have spent all their free time bashing out words in the hopes that they will reach the target of 50,000 words and have a … Continue reading November’s Monthly Musings … of words, war and a wonderful weekend

WWI: Fifty two months, fifty two posts – 4 – Representation of WWI on stage and screen

This month I have seen five different theatre productions set during the action of the war (four of which I have reviewed, one of which was a repeat visit): Regeneration (adapted for stage by Nicolas Wright, at the Wolverhampton Grand) Private Peaceful (National Youth Theatre) War Horse (National Theatre) A Farewell to Arms (adapted for … Continue reading WWI: Fifty two months, fifty two posts – 4 – Representation of WWI on stage and screen