Jimmy Kelly is a graduate of the UEA Creative Writing Masters Programme. He is writing some wordy stuff that in its current state of Platonic conception is basically like totally rad. He is single, non-threatening & enjoys sitting on the couch with a bottle of spirits weeping softly. He can be considered a reasonable practice date before you meet someone taller, hairier & less likely correct your pronunciation - although he has lied about his age & height & frequently gets his various online prosopopoeiae badly muddled. Consequently one of us is probably on the wrong website. If you want help with your English IB his rates are competitive.
Lighter than the other parts of Geoffrey Beevers' adaptation of Middlemarch, the story of Fred and Mary is heartwarming, funny, smart and even a smidgen allegorical – just right for Christmas. At the Orange Tree Theatre.
Jude Law creates his own boisterous, disingenuous, faintly smug and almost wholly successful version of this most English hero. The last in the Michael Grandage Company's season of five plays at the Noël Coward Theatre.
A superfluity of learned prognostications concerning the diversity of phenomena bracketed beneath the banner of melancholia may lead to the transmutation of the divining witness from a state of live complicity to one of ingracious slumber. At the Ovalhouse Theatre.
We head to Cineworld Haymarket for the first in Digital Theatre's West End Theatre series, the premiere screening of Maria Friedman's sell-out production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Merrily We Roll Along.
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