Carla Scarano appreciates the humour in a collection of poems from Heather Moulson drawing on the comic-book world of the 60s and 70s
This was the first time I had seen this operetta and the idea of Viennese kitsch did not excite me. Director Max Webster clearly shares my antipathy for schlock. His production is a wonderful reframing of the story from a post #MeToo perspective.
P W Bridgman confesses himself pleasantly surprised by an unorthodox combination of poetry collection and murder mystery: he promises however that his review contains no spoilers.
Five hundred years ago, Peckham was green and pleasant. By the 1980s and 1990s, when two of its most famous fictional characters Del Boy and Rodney Trotter were plying their dodgy wares, even the pigeons wanted to be elsewhere, or so Rodney tells us.
* This issue of London Grip New Poetry features: * Angela Kirby *Kerrin P Sharpe *Jim C Wilson *Miki Byrne *Lisa Reily *Nancy Mattson * Joan Byrne *Rosemary Norman *M E Muir *Melanie Branton * Stuart Pickford *Amelia Hickman *Mark Carson *Wendy Klein *D S Maolalai *Jakky Bankong-Obi *Antony Johae *Tristan Moss * Norbert Hirschhorn […]