Deadlines, the Story Boat returns, Transformers and a national treasure

Deadlines, the Story Boat returns, Transformers and a national treasure

There really are no two weeks alike at the Marine Theatre and this past week couldn’t have been more different. Probably one of the most crucial deadlines in the theatre calendar is for the theatre programme; we aim to have it

The Beach & Barnicott, Mr Darcy Loses the Plot, a wedding and storytime

The Beach & Barnicott, Mr Darcy Loses the Plot, a wedding and storytime

There are occasions, when the holiday season is over, that I look at my work schedule and think ah, a few days respite, time to regroup and recharge; but that is a fallacy because every time a space opens up

I see no ships…other than the fishing boat that is rather low in the water

I see no ships…other than the fishing boat that is rather low in the water

It has been a long time in the making, quite literally, but Vera finally arrived on Wednesday evening with all the pomp and circumstance one would expect for such a VIP. I speak of one of the last remaining original lerrets

The August bank holiday, Stonehenge, escaping parrots and giant toads

The August bank holiday, Stonehenge, escaping parrots and giant toads

We’re obsessed with our weather; it’s either too hot, too cold, too wet or too dry. Great Britain has always had a variable climate due to our geographical position but there is no question it has become all the more confusing