Sex and fear: What can I do for you?

“What big eyes you’ve got Grandma.” All the better to ogle you with my dear.” “So this red cape, thigh boots and cleavage thing is working for you is it Grandma?” Grandma drools and howls at the moon. If you’ve popped into a costume shop looking for a little something...

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17 year Old Chelsea Resident raises £2,000 for Anna Freud Centre

On Sunday 13 September 2015 at  Chelsea Theatre, King’s Road, London, 17 year old Christina Carrafiell debuted her play, Fragile Life.   The play written by Carrafiell was a 50 minute piece exploring the duality between ‘what could have been’ and ‘what has transpired’.   The play explored  the journey...

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The Poldark Effect

What were you doing with your Sunday evenings in September? Mine were spent indulging (and that is absolutely the right word) in the BBC’s season of adaptations of 20th Century literary classics. Over four weeks we were given; Lady Chatterley’s Lover, An Inspector Calls, The Go-Between and Cider With Rosie,...

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Introducing ‘Knocked’: My New Knee

Over the past five years, I have twice been told I needed a new knee. Off I trundled to consultants at the Chelsea & Westminster and separately to the National Orthopaedic Hospital. Because I was in no pain and could still do knee bends both consultants told me to come...

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Romeo & Juliet

The stage was set for the 468th performance of Romeo & Juliet by The Royal Ballet at The Royal Opera House.  It was very fitting that in the 50th Anniversary Year since Sir Kenneth MacMillan created his first full-length work for The Royal Ballet, this now timeless Classic opened the...

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