The Contract – By Rewan Tremethick

Has anyone ever, in the history of language, uttered the phrase ‘I don’t like to laugh’? I guess there will have been someone, an irate old man whose teeth wobble like the ice cubes in his G&T every time his mouth opens. But aside from someone to whom laughing actually causes physical pain – and …

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Two way Thang – By Rewan Tremethick

There is a reason that a comedian bidding his or her farewells will usually utter the phrase ‘You’ve been great.’ On the surface, an audience member might think, ‘No, you’ve been great. I’ve just been laughing.’ Any comedian will tell you, audience is everything. It’s obvious, isn’t it? Performing stand-up to an empty room is …

The Voice of Music: Ludovico’s Piano – by Meg Burrows

Everyone has a certain response to music. Even those of us who aren’t great “listeners” or “musicians”, have a certain song, genre or even section of notes that can hit something deep within. It is something that sometimes can’t be put into a verbal definition, but causes a passion inside people that reverberates into every …

The Renewal – A Poem by Kane E. Holborn

I am borne of the world again, Ripped back into raw impurity, Of the world once more again Renewed, re-shaped, re-hued; And into this new jungle I am flung, Twisted, entwined, imbued, in-bind: Left in hurry, all else matters not, But the simple things Which play vividly upon the heartstrings, And cure even lovely music; …