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Irish Home Rule: Torquay takes sides
65 Views, 2 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Wed, 23rd Jul 14, Reynard wrote
The journey towards an independent Ireland was long and troubled. The First Irish Home Rule Bill was introduced in 1886 and defeated in the House of Commons. The Second Irish Home Rule Bill of 1893, also backed by the British Liberal party, was...

Open auditions for Zorro The Panto
48 Views, 0 Comments.
On Tue, 22nd Jul 14, southdevonplayers wrote
Open auditions, talking place on Sunday Sept 14th, at 1pm, at our usual rehearsal venue of Chestnut Community Centre, Poplar Close, Brixham, TQ5 0SA If you are unable to attend this date and would like to considered, please contact for an...

Open auditions for Les Miserables web-film series
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On Tue, 22nd Jul 14, southdevonplayers wrote
*if you cannot make this date, but wish to make an appointment to be auditioned on an alternative date please contact us, the same rules of auditioning will apply* OPEN AUDITIONS 11-6pm at Jasmyn House, Midvale Road Paignton Devon TQ4 5BD SEPT 27TH...

1920s cabaret (Torquay & Brixham performances Sept 5th - 7th 2014)
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On Tue, 22nd Jul 14, southdevonplayers wrote
* Enjoy music, dance, singing & comedy suitable for the whole family. * Travel back in time to 1920, at Buckwells Cabaret Club in Torquay on its opening night. * See local performers in an exciting, awardwinning, non-profit Brixham theatre...

Odette Keun, HG Wells and the Third Way
72 Views, 6 Nods, 2 Comments.
On Mon, 21st Jul 14, Reynard wrote
In the early years of the Second World War the writer Odette Keun (1888-1978) came to live in Torquay, having been bombed out of the Mount Royal Hotel in London. Odette was a travel writer, the daughter of a Dutch diplomat and of French birth....

Bilderberg: the New World Order comes to Torquay
245 Views, 3 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Mon, 14th Jul 14, Reynard wrote
"To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair. Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn't go on forever fighting one another for nothing and killing people and rendering millions homeless. So we felt that...

England / Premiership
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On Sun, 13th Jul 14, MatthewCollins wrote
This year England were bundled out of the football world cup in a really ignominious way. I suspect that the biggest reason for this is that in the premiership, the vast majority of players are from different countries and then the English boys...

The hell of three days in Torquay
129 Views, 2 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Thu, 10th Jul 14, Reynard wrote
Back in July of 1947 the Spectator Magazine's James Pope Hennessy spent three days in Torquay... and he didn't like it: Torquay is all scarred and pitted by progress. The sea-front and the gentle hills are a litter of red-tiled houses, protuberant...

Stand up and shout!
164 Views, 1 Nod, 2 Comments.
On Wed, 09th Jul 14, MatthewCollins wrote
We're not giving in We're gonna stand up and shout We don't know where to begin But we'll tell you what it's all about Famine and war blight out lives Religion and politics too It's people's right to stay alive And be safe from the horrible...

The Crystal Skull of Doom turns up in Torquay
138 Views, 4 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Mon, 07th Jul 14, Reynard wrote
In the disappointing 2008 movie 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' the heroic archaeologist becomes entangled in a Soviet plot to seize the mysterious artefact known as the Crystal Skull. The release of the movie revived public...

South Devon's Hotbeds of Atheism
136 Views, 4 Nods, 0 Comments.
On Fri, 04th Jul 14, Reynard wrote
Datashine is a new census data visualisation from Oliver O'Brien at UCL's Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. It's a nice tool to show where different faiths and beliefs live across the country. In this particular analysis of non-believers, dark...

impatience...
156 Views, 0 Comments.
On Tue, 01st Jul 14, southdevonplayers wrote
Cant wait to announce the open audition dates for our foray into film with Les Miserables: The Web Film Series!!!! (only a week now!)

Easy, Free, Landing Page For YOU, Your Business, Product or Service !
118 Views, 0 Comments.
On Tue, 01st Jul 14, BobsBiz wrote
As many of you Know Now that I am retired I spend a lot of my Time Helping to Promote Local Businesses In Torbay. One of the ways I am doing this is Via a FREE Torbay Business Directory. Here is something for ANY Local Business for you to Use, It's...

What a delightful little story................
235 Views, 4 Nods, 3 Comments.
On Thu, 26th Jun 14, colgiff wrote
Grandpa, what is couple sex? Make sure that you understand the question first.... All you Grandpas and Grandmas, this was too funny not to forward. We are all reaching that stage where we need to keep the wax out of our ears and keep...

Why we love children................
156 Views, 3 Nods, 3 Comments.
On Sun, 22nd Jun 14, colgiff wrote
Why We Love Children ....... > > 1. A nursery school pupil told his teacher he'd found a cat, but it > was dead. > 'How do you know that the cat was dead?' she asked her pupil. > 'Because I pissed in its ear and it didn't...

This is now!
557 Views, 9 Comments.
On Sat, 21st Jun 14, MatthewCollins wrote
Gone quiet once again I see. Oh well never mind, hopefully it'll pick back up. Any way, this is where I am at the moment. Right now I am co-writing as full album worth of songs more or less in the heavy rock genre and we have a respected producer...

Belial in Buckland; the Devil in Denbury
341 Views, 3 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Thu, 19th Jun 14, Reynard wrote
A very punchy, funny, scary movie and a fantastically unnerving location.'' The Guardian Way back in 1999 The Blair Witch Project became one of the most successful independent movies of all time. It used the idea of found footage" where the story...

Drinking and Driving in France!!!
193 Views, 2 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Tue, 17th Jun 14, TheWizard wrote
Enjoy this one is worth reading. This happened to an Englishman in France who was totally drunk. The French policeman stops his car and asks the gentleman if he has been drinking. With great difficulty, the Englishman admits that he has been...

Poor Ethel.......
136 Views, 2 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Sun, 15th Jun 14, colgiff wrote
Ethel was coming up to her 70th birthday and she was a bit lonely in the hotel all on her own. She thought, I'll call one of those men you see advertised in phone books for escorts and sex She looked through the phone book, found a full...

Healthwatch Torbay's new Rate & Review
142 Views, 2 Nods, 0 Comments.
On Wed, 11th Jun 14, Reynard wrote
Everyone who uses health and social care services has the right to expect a high standard. In order to help those organisations achieve these standards, Healthwatch Torbay needs your help. Local people have been asking for an easy way to feed back...

Music and lyrics
385 Views, 3 Comments.
On Tue, 10th Jun 14, MatthewCollins wrote
Greeting o exulted ones. I have an idea about mixing a rock lyric with a dramatic classical arrangement. Imagine something like O Fortuna from Carmina Burana and a lyric that you would most likely expect to come froma band like Iron Maiden or even...

Time & space .. (2 poems on a similar subject)
240 Views, 2 Nods, 2 Comments.
On Mon, 09th Jun 14, CTaylor wrote
Did I miss something important along the way, Feeling like giving in each day. It is a strange fight I find myself in, Good times and laughs are wearing thin. Stress at maximum levels in the mind, Did I intend on misplacing you or are you there for...

The Untold Story Of Byron & Shelley Chapter 6
416 Views, 6 Nods, 5 Comments.
On Sat, 07th Jun 14, Talisman wrote
Two poets are held at gun point in a barn. 'For Christ's sake Byron. I only said to ask for lodgings for the night. Not to lodge yourself in his daughter.' 'Sorry Shelley. I didn't mean to do it. It just happened.' Shelley turns abruptly, to...

Jailed six times: Torquay's Suffragette Organiser Elsie Howey
223 Views, 6 Nods, 1 Comment.
On Sat, 07th Jun 14, Reynard wrote
From 1909 to 1914 Torquay's Suffragette Organiser Elsie Howey (1884-1963) was in the vanguard' of militancy''. She was imprisoned at least six times, went on hunger strike and was force fed on a number of occasions. Elsie's commitment to the...

D Day
262 Views, 8 Nods, 2 Comments.
On Thu, 05th Jun 14, MatthewCollins wrote
As they dawn light grows they attacked, all of the brave men of the allied forces who massed on the shores of England and then crammed into the vessels going across the channel. As they disembarked they came under withering fire from the German...


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