Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Oxford Philomusica [again!]

Last night I went to see the Oxford Philomusica at the Reading Concert Hall again. I’d seen them twice before, but this was by far their best one. They played: Prokofiev – Classical Symphony Saint-Saëns – Cello Concerto No. 1 … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet: Live from The Royal Opera House

On Thursday I went to see Romeo and Juliet: Live from The Royal Opera House at the cinema. Like many people I have discovered Prokofiev through The Apprentice, where it is used as the theme music and, liking it a … Continue reading

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Broken Kindle!

A post describing the amazing experience of my Kindle is long overdue. After all it got me back to reading and I have read the following books since receiving it on the beginning of this year: The Sleepless Nanny by … Continue reading

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Crime writing workshop

Last night I went to a crime writing workshop hosted by the Reading library: Reading Library presents a unique opportunity to take part in a Crime Writing workshop with popular authors Danny Miller and Emlyn Rees. Debut novelist Danny Miller … Continue reading

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#Doodleblanket progress

I dug out the #doodleblanket on Friday after having the urge to continue it and decided to see it in all its glory on Saturday. I reckon it is about 55% at this point and it’s massive!

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Website restructure

I never talk about work on this blog, because it is mostly boring or covered by NDAs. For the past few months I’ve been doing various bits and pieces freelance based, but nothing has been anything major or anything that … Continue reading

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The European Union Chamber Orchestra at The Hexagon [@TheHexagon]

Tonight I went to see the European Union Chamber Orchestra at The Hexagon in Reading after winning tickets from the Reading Arts Facebook page. The concert featured the following setlist, as well as a couple of extra short pieces as … Continue reading

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