Watching an interrupted Midsummer Night’s Dream in Twickenham’s Fountain Garden

Summer has arrived in Twickenham when you lay in the park and the people around you start practicing Shakespeare, accompanied by the screeches of passing parakeets flying over. A week of outdoor performances by the Richmond Shakespeare Society is indeed an annual tradition, each year in front of the scenic nymphs’ (or rather correctly oceanides’) … Continue reading Watching an interrupted Midsummer Night’s Dream in Twickenham’s Fountain Garden

Crowning the perfect day at the Eden Project with Bjork in Cornwall

The perfect day starts on a campsite, tidy washing facilities and a walk of 15 minutes to the actual Eden Project ahead of us: We have tickets for Bjork tonight, playing for 6500 people with the well-known honeycomb globes behind the stage. It sounds like the most logical setting for a singer who has made … Continue reading Crowning the perfect day at the Eden Project with Bjork in Cornwall

Rock ‘n Roll Satisfaction from the Rolling Stones in Twickenham Stadium

What could be a better way to kick off the open-air concert season than going to a stadium gig the week summer 2018 starts? Today is a home match as we have residence tickets for the Rolling Stones and their No Filter tour – the tickets are from an allowance granted to the people living … Continue reading Rock ‘n Roll Satisfaction from the Rolling Stones in Twickenham Stadium