The first of our eating out reviews involved a visit to the Robin Hood and Little John on the A15 at Aslackby (pronounced Hazelby but that’s Lincolnshire for you). The imposing building is clearly from the age of coaching inns but was refurbished last year by the current owners and brought bang up to date.
About 4 years ago when I was heading a larger team, we were lucky enough to send 2 people plus a presenter to meet the cast of Avenue Q.
Mark Wahlberg stars with Kate Beckinsale in this action packed thriller that should keep the boys entertained when it hits the cinemas in March.
I read some of Edgar Allen Poe's stories when I was younger and it came as a surprise when researching this film that he was american. His stories of mystery and the macabre have been used as the basis for a film that based on this fast paced trailer may prove to live up to the author's standards, or maybe all the best bits are here in the trailer?
Due out in April this year The Five-Year Engagement is a romantic comedy that for some people will hit the mark and for others may leave them wondering whether a trip to the cinema is more about popcorn than stretching the audience. Judge for yourself and please feel free to put me in my place.
Grantham to get its own Festival.
The press and media are full of stories about how we might revitalise our villages and town centres and now the powers that be have put together plans for a festival for Grantham. Every festival needs a kernel around which to build its existence and Grantham (read South Kesteven District Council) have realised the potential value of its special son Isaac Newton.
From the makers of “Despicable Me” this animated film is based on the Dr Seuss story of the same name.
Its around 20 years since my wife and I bought paintings by Glynne James one of the resident artists at Arts Coritani Gallery in Swineshead. Rosi and Col Campbell at the gallery emphasise the high quality of the resident artists and deservedly heap praise on Glynne for the detail and style of his paintings.