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Powerful stories from escapees of the death penalty

By Myron My

The death penalty has, and probably always will be, a contentious issue. There will be one side that states you have to pay for your crimes, while the other would say no-one has a right to take anyone’s lives. 354 more words

Whats On

REVIEW - The 56 (The Lowry)

Date: 19 May 2015
Upstaged Rating: 

At 3.40pm on May 11th 1985, a small fire broke out in the main stand at Valley Parade football ground during the final match of the season. 351 more words


Sentimental Journey

In which The Author receives an invitation

On Saturday, quite late in the evening, I was potching with Facebook when my inbox lit up. It was a message from my old friend Lucy S. 3,421 more words


Review: Hidden Door Festival

Hidden Door started in Edinburgh as a mini-festival at the Roxy in 2010, providing a platform for various local artists to interact, collaborate and showcase their work. 608 more words


no one is alone...

“Sometimes people leave you, halfway through the woods. Do not let it grieve you, no one leaves for good. You are not alone… No one is alone…” 628 more words


The Elephant Man, Theatre Royal, Haymarket

About four months ago I spent an extortionate amount of money on two front row tickets to The Elephant Man starring Bradley Cooper. With a wing and a prayer, I offered the spare ticket to my friend aka Super Mentor and my Borneo travel buddy. 134 more words