From Shakespeare’s birthplace, Andrew Burdett presents his review of 2016, “a most dramatic twelve months”.
Author: Andrew Burdett
★★★★✩ 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’.
Seeing this year’s leavers, who last year were in the Year 5 classes I assisted, was my reward for doing this fun, end-of-term film at Furze Platt Junior School.
The UK needs a strong government and equally strong opposition in place to take the country forward in these unprecedented times.
It is unforgivable for newspapers to sensationalise stories, without bothering to check even the most basic of facts.
You’ve seen Charlie Brooker’s take on 2015, now here’s my own review of the year.