My Canada 150

By Carolyn Nesbitt-Larking Canada is in full celebratory mode for the 150th anniversary of the founding of this vast country. In honour of Canada’s sesquicentennial celebration, I’ve decided to take on a mini project. Over the coming year I will be using this space to share with you 150 posts about my experiences growing up … More My Canada 150

Setting the Stage – David Hare’s Skylight

Presented by the Troubadour Theatre Collective, and directed by Brenda Bazinet, the London Arts Project transformed their third floor space to Kyra Hollis’ apartment from David Hare’s Skylight. If you are not familiar with David Hare, I have attached a link to the 2015 BBC interview he did. (Just click on the highlighted name above.) … More Setting the Stage – David Hare’s Skylight

It’s Plough Monday

A tradition dating back to the 15th century, Plough Monday marked the beginning of the new agricultural year in the northern and eastern parts of England, and always fell on the first Monday after Twelfth Day, Epiphany. Although so many of these “old traditions” don’t fit with our modern lives anymore – I’m not suggesting … More It’s Plough Monday