Tag Archives: Nanette Frew

January 18

The Winslow Boy – Witty words at the Genesian. (Theatre Review)

The Winslow Boy 17 January to 14 February at The Genesian Theatre You can grab your tickets here. Photography credits Mark Banks Life for lawyers is changing. One of the great unintentional by-products of mass communication on the internet is the redistribution of power via a demystification of elitism. Vocations such as lawyers and merchant […]

September 05

Murder on the Nile – Nannette Frew, The Genesian Theatre and the genius of Agatha Christie. (Theatre review)

If Agatha Christie were a man, she would be considered the kind of genius no female could ever aspire to. She is the best-selling novelist of all time, and her books have sold roughly four billion copies.  After Shakespeare and The Bible, her books rank as the most published in history. She is the most […]