Let it be

I'm sorry if this upsets anyone, but I feel real anger at the egotism and pig-headedness of the parents of poor little Charlie Gard. They seem to live in another world where what they want is ipso facto right, and where the dedicated, hugely experienced pediatricians and palliative care team at Great Ormond Street Hospital … Continue reading Let it be


Seen but not heard

To the West Yorkshire Playhouse to see Romeo and Juliet. Not now a play in my cynical older-age days for which I'd book a seat and take the trouble to travel to Leeds to see; but this was being performed by primary school children. I was curious to know how it went. Sadly, in a … Continue reading Seen but not heard