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The School Yard Bully

Depression is insidious.  It stalks you.  Wherever you might venture, there it is, skulking in the shadows of your mind.  And it is inconsistent.  That’s one of the hardest elements of the condition to effectively communicate. On any given day … Continue reading

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Fuckboys For Freedom Review

“A clever, insightful, expertly presented piece of modern comedy theatre, that feels like Monty Python at its satirical best” 4 ½ stars ——————- Note: Fuckboys is styled f*ckboys as this review was presented on the fringe tickets audience review page … Continue reading

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Nosferatu’s Shadow Review

“Daviot has an intensity, a stare that draws you in, and a presence that demands your attention.” 5 stars I have never been a fan of Dracula.  Vampires just don’t do anything for me; I’ve always preferred ghosts to their … Continue reading

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Alcohol and Depression

Talking about depression has never been a problem for me.  I’ve always felt the more open we can be, the less stigma will be attached to the condition.  But there is one part of depression that doesn’t get spoken about … Continue reading

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The Quest for Jake

“I’m sorry, I’ve not seen him” That was the fifth person in a row that had no idea where he had gone, where he was, or where he might be going.  I’d been searching for him for so long I … Continue reading

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How to survive the Edinburgh Fringe

We are now a little over two months away from the Edinburgh Fringe.  Its odd we refer to anything going on there as “The Fringe” when its only one – albeit the largest- of many festivals taking place.  There are … Continue reading

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A Magician confesses.

I think it is time to talk about something that many magicians like to keep secret but a lot of braver people have tried to expose. I’ve been uncomfortable about the world in which I work for some time now. … Continue reading

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