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Fringe 2017 Part 2

Harry and Chris 2.  I’ve been following Harry Baker at the fringe for several years and he has never failed to amuse. The double act, Harry and Chris, I saw for the first time last year and it was even

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Wendy Cope

Some odes from Wendy Cope to brighten your day. Another Christmas Poem Bloody Christmas, here again. Let us raise a loving cup: Peace on earth, goodwill to men, And make them do the washing-up.” HE TELLS HER He tells her

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The Queen of Sheba

A smashing poem this from Kathleen Jamie. The Queen of Sheba Scotland, you have invoked her name once too often in your Presbyterian living rooms. She’s heard, yea even unto heathenish Arabia your vixen’s bark of poverty, come down the

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Harry Baker + BBH

This is just so good!

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Fringing the Fringe

The Edinburgh Fringe, the world’s largest arts festival; a vast conglomeration of things, comedy theatre, art, serious and silly, poets and passion, music, kids stuff, events and exhibitions. The Fringe provides thousands of opportunities to indulge the bit of your

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Andrew Raven Trust

I don’t often post about what I have been doing, however on this occasion I will make an exception. I was invited to speak at a residential weekend held at Ardtornish House on the Morven Peninsula. This is a part

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Posted in Andrew Raven Trust, Comment, Ecology, Photographs, Poetry, Scotland, Sharing, Water

A math student Harry Baker performs his pun-tastic and poignant poetry

This is simply sublime! A math student Harry Baker performs his pun-tastic and poignant poetry.

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