Adventures, LGBT, Theatre

The Night Watch at the Royal Exchange Theatre

When I heard, earlier this year, that the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester would be staging my favourite Sarah Waters novel (so far, at least – I haven’t read Affinity or The Little Stranger yet), I was delighted. Then I remembered that my mum really liked it, too, so we eventually got round to booking tickets for a Saturday matinee, and planned a daytrip to see it.  Continue reading “The Night Watch at the Royal Exchange Theatre”

2015 reading challenge, Books

Book challenge #17: A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows

The first I heard of this book must have been four or five years ago, when a friend at university was reading it, and enjoying it. But that was when I wasn’t reading much for fun, so I didn’t make much of it. Then, last month, I went to visit Megan, and gave back the last book she lent me, and she gave me this. “You’ll love it,” she said. And I did. Continue reading “Book challenge #17: A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit”