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The Culture Interview – Jan Day, author Living Tantra

Reading Time: 7 minutes Jan Day is one of the UK’s leading Tantra teachers. She trained for 15 years with Art of Being founder and, like her, former Osho follower Alan Lowen in Europe and Hawaii, as well as being a CTA certified coach. Jan encourages men and women to learn to trust their own unique journeys, to embrace […]

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AofA People: Antony Fitzgerald – Model, Stylist, Art Director

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is your name: Antony Fitzgerald What is your age? 57 years old Where do you live? London, UK What do you do? I am a full-time model but more recently I have been also doing styling and art direction at photoshoots. Tell us what it’s like to be your age? Being 57 – means […]

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The Culture Interview – Daphne Lander and Anne Jones who have written a musical.

Reading Time: 9 minutes Daphne Lander and Anne Jones are both in their mid-70s and they’ve just written a musical Artaban which is about to be shown in the West End. How old are you both? Daphne: Anne and I are both 75 – Anne is just older than me by a few days – she is 24th December […]

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AofA People: Gilly Hanna – Dancer, Advertising Copywriter

Reading Time: 4 minutes Gilly Hanna is a founder member of Grand Gesture, a performance company of older dance artists in London. She’s also an advertising copywriter; and in past decades has worked as an aerobics teacher and library assistant. What is your age?   63 Where do you live? Central London, in Wapping. I’ve lived here for over twenty […]

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Lapping it up in Las Palmas

Reading Time: 4 minutes I’m a Piscean, for as long as I can remember I’ve been happiest when I’m close to the water, although I’m a terrible swimmer. I also love travelling although in recent years, mainly due to the pandemic, I haven’t strayed very far from home. For the past twenty years, I would say when asked how […]

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AofA People: Robin Thomson – Sculptor and School Technician

Reading Time: 7 minutes Robin Thomson, 66, is a marvellous gentleman – he’s also a sculptor and a school technician. I met Robin on the plane to Morocco in 1985. He re-appeared at the performance of Dance Me To Death in Kensal Green Cemetery. Here he kindly answers AofA’s questions in a fulsome way. What is your age?  66 […]

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AofA People: Lorraine Bowen – Performer, Singer, Crumble Lady

Reading Time: 6 minutes Now known as The Crumble Lady, Lorraine Bowen won David Walliams’ Golden Buzzer on Britain’s Got Talent and has attracted tens of thousands of new fans of all ages; children are singing the Crumble Song at school, as are grown men in factories. Lorraine Bowen is a unique performer! Quirky costumes, original idiosyncratic songs, vintage […]

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A of A People: Michele Kirsch – Music Education Coordinator at The Premises

Reading Time: 6 minutes Name: Michele Kirsch Music Education Coordinator at The Premises From the time I started to listen to records and go to gigs, I was always the nutter, sticking her head in the bass amp. I thought when I started to grow up, I would grow out of that, but it got worse. I wanted a […]

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Age is no Barrier to Getting your Book Published

Reading Time: 4 minutes Judy Piatkus, 71, is an entrepreneur, publisher and business coach specialising in conscious leadership. She founded Piatkus Books when she was in her 20s and grew the company to become an international brand, before selling it in 2007, just before the global financial crash that she had shrewdly foreseen. She is now a keynote speaker […]