Andrew Burdett presents his review of 2017, from the banks of the Thames at Marlow where it all began. Featuring Brenda from Bristol, Theresa May’s P45, and an ‘Ohhh Jeremy Corbyn’ banner… plus Andrew’s favourite personal moments from the year.
The Andrew Burdett Blog : Life, as seen by me.
After the surprise election, the shock results. Andrew Burdett rounds up the political events that led to a hung parliament and Theresa May’s humiliation.
The kindness of strangers has outshone the callousness of foes, says Andrew Burdett. Here he rounds up the actions of community-minded, everyday heroes.
M’Lady remained unconvinced of the gentle Bohemian spirit of ‘O No!’, as I explained: “And then the performer asked for a volunteer to get naked with him in a bag.”
As Sheffield Theatres debuts its brand-new musical, ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’, Andrew Burdett met its writers, Tom MacRae and Dan Gillespie Sells.
From Shakespeare’s birthplace, Andrew Burdett presents his review of 2016, “a most dramatic twelve months”.
★★★★✩ Superbly suited to the tight space of The Crucible theatre’s Studio stage, the talented cast bring alive a real-life war story in this refreshingly non-London-centric production.
Carrying in the abundance of stuff from your dad’s car; making up a bed for, likely, the first time in your life; and setting up your devices on the campus Wi-Fi. All are difficult yet essential parts of Day One at university.
But first and foremost of all is, surely, the fridge-shelf landgrab.
She once asked Stuart, her ‘Minister for Fabulousness’, for ideas for their upcoming stewardship campaign. He suggested making up a T-shirt, with the message: ‘This s**t ain’t free’.