Nature abhors a vacuum. Faced with the big space of the Olivier and Lyttleton auditoria, National Theatre designers feel the need to fill them with sets that dominate and slow down the plays. That’s why I haven’t enjoyed my last few visits to the National Theatre’s big auditoria. The Threepenny Opera was well acted and […]
It was the seventies by the time I got to London to join the sixties revolution, so it was the pretty much over. As a teenager, I had followed it enthusiastically from the sidelines.
I remember the excitement of The Beatles broadcasting All You Need Is Love live to the world, the thrill of student revolts […]
The Apprentice: Episode 4
After last week’s boring task and unfair result, this week’s The Apprentice got back on track with an episode about crowdfunding.
I really must stop taking Lord Sugar’s search so seriously. I keep thinking it’s a business programme when really it’s simply popular entertainment. Even so, there are business lessons to be learned.