After the second concert of the church’s 2015 Music Festival, St Luke’s (Maidenhead) vicar Sally Lynch said In Voice And Verse had “brought Shakespeare to life”.
Two years on from St Luke’s Church’s inaugural Music Festival, the two-week long event has returned. Tonight, the Festival Orchestra opened the fortnight, playing under John Cotterill’s baton.
Published today, the latest edition of InSpire, the church magazine of St Luke’s, Maidenhead. This is the penultimate edition I shall edit before university beckons in September. The hope, therefore, had been for me to...
Residents of a Maidenhead housing estate were baffled this morning, when they woke to the sound of piano music wafting across their common green. In fact, it was just me, banging away at a 1979 Knight upright. As you do.
These last 24 hours have been butcherous, thrilling, and entirely unpredictable — the complete opposite of how things felt this time yesterday. What a difference a day makes.
We’ve all known (although inside the bubble no one’s dared admit it) that this election will conclude inconclusively. By the time the sun comes up tomorrow, we really will be nonethewiser as to who the Prime Minister will be.
Earlier today, I went to collect my costume for The People’s Shakespeare production of The Merry Wives of Windsor. ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ plays at the Pinder Hall, Cookham; Friday 8 May at 7:30pm, Saturday...