Pantomime Review: Aladdin

Pantomime  Review: Aladdin

By Peter May It’s nearly Christmas so it must mean we have entered panto season and once again Wimbledon Theatre has produced another stonking great hit with Eric Potts insane and wacky version of Aladdin. There isn’t the usual festive global superstar this year but comedienne Jo Brand and Matthew Kelly provide enough laughs to […]

Life Lessons from a life well lived

Life Lessons from a life well lived

 “Life is a predator; you’ve got to eat it before it eats you.” This is the motto the legendary and age defying Joan Collins lives by. This was a very enjoyable and intimate evening in which Joan reminisces about her vast career in television and Hollywood’s golden era. It is a very slick production tied together […]

Review: Snow White at New Wimbledon Theatre

Review: Snow White at New Wimbledon Theatre

She was married to one of the most successful Rock’n’Rollers of all time – if not the most successful — and this Christmas and New Year she steps into the limelight to star in New Wimbledon Theatre’s latest extravaganza, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Following in the footsteps of David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson and […]

Norfolk link to Argentinian Bible

A remote tribe of South American Indians has just been presented with a Bible translated into its own language – all thanks to a former Norfolk fisherman… Alfred Leake began translating the New Testament into the Toba language in 1927, after leaving his home county to take the Christian story to the Argentinian tropics. He […]