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The Culture Interview – Sue Frumin, performer, writer

Reading Time: 4 minutes Oh Lordy, 68 year old Sue Frumin is eclectic! She’s a writer, performer, teacher, stand-up comedian and presenter. She’s fabulously funny, has appeared in five one woman shows and much more. Her avant-garde cabaret ‘At Home with The Ludskis’ is often to be seen at the Rio Cinema in Dalston, London. This Saturday, March 4th, […]

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AofA People: Ian Marchant – Writer, Broadcaster, Performer

Reading Time: 3 minutes Ian Marchant is a very funny man. He’s also a bit obsessed by certain aspects of Britain like the railways, pubs and darkness, hence his non-fiction books, Parallel Lines, The Longest Crawl and Something of the Night. He’s also wont to perform as part of an act called Your Dad. What is your name? Ian […]

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I Blame the Gin

Reading Time: 8 minutes A number of years ago, in my mid 40s, I fell madly, wildly, secretly, unrequitedly, sexually in love with someone half my age. I was stunned. I felt like David Byrne had taken residence in my head, dancing around singing, ‘How did I get here?’ My body was on fire. I was obsessed and had […]