Well, good old Greta, young Greta I should say, is proving to be quite a thing. She’s massively trending and on the cover of most of the national papers here. Good for her! It’s time we had someone like her throwing a spanner into the works and causing a fuss. […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 25-04-2019 in BLOG tagged with Greta Thunberg Posted by Family Affairs on 19-04-2019 in BLOG / TRAVEL tagged with Bergerac / Dordogne / Eymet / France
I have just spent a few days away in France, staying near a little town called Eymet, in the South West Dordogne region and not far from Bergerac. Eymet is a beautiful, typical Bastide town layout which includes an open central square, featuring a large fountain, with roads lined with […]
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“The Magic Flute” is a combination of “Star Wars” and “Romeo & Juliet” as presented in Simon McBurney’s vision of the opera at the Coliseum. Written in 1791 by the 35 year old Mozart, “The Magic Flute” puts into unmatched music drama the philosophical ideals of “The Enlightenment.” Tragically this […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 18-03-2019 in BLOG
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