Michael Bartholomew-Biggs reviews Voices over Water by D. Nurkse and Selected Poems by Robert Bringhurst
* This issue of London Grip features new poems by: *Bert Almon *James Norcliffe *Roddy Williams *Geoffrey Heptonstall *Katrina Naomi *Murray Bodo *Leah Fritz *Merryn Williams *Sue Rose *Mario Petrucci *Geraldine Paine *Elke de Wit
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs reviews At the Races by Michael McCarthy and The Road to Murreigh by Paul McLoughlin. Work & Food by Peter Daniels and Mr Luczinski Makes a Move by Peter Daniels. Wounded Angels by Murray Bodo, Things to Say by John Lucas and Whistle by Martin Figura. Emergency Verse edited by Alan Morrison.
See USA timeline and links to updates at end of this article. When New York’s Occupy Wall Street camp was cleared by police at 1 a.m. on 15 November 2011, protesters said they would simply set up camp elsewhere. 147 people were arrested.
“I’m not having an affair. It’s better than that …” (Haunted Child’s Douglas, played by Ben Daniels) Haunted Child is the latest offering to the Royal Court from Joe Penhall. Sadly, this Jeremy Herrin directed three hander falls rather short of expectation.
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs reviews the National Theatre production
Press release update 28/11/2011: Voix De Ville -Tease The Season – Final