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Catch-22 at The Playhouse

Catch-22: If you’re crazy, you’re not fit for combat; but admit it and the doctors know you’re sane, and you’re sent back out to fight. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. This is the reality B-25 bomber pilot Captain Yossarian … Continue reading

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Skipping to School – Doris Calder ***

Skipping to School: Memories of a Liverpool Girlhood 1937-1948 is a novel telling the story of a growing girl’s upbringing during wartime Liverpool. Doris Calder collects together her thoughts, memories and historical facts about Liverpool and the second World War, … Continue reading

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The Master **

From a promising trailer to a confused and aimless movie, The Master really felt like a let down. After seeing the trailer weeks ago, featuring one of my favourite actors, Joaquin Phoenix, and a spiel about a director-genius, Paul Thomas Anderson, known … Continue reading

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