Described as a cross between 'Sex and the City' and Bridget Jones, it is light, amusing and feel-good. If you can't spot yourself in any of the character studies, you can still empathise, or smirk knowingly, at the situations. But, to my mind, the book could have done with a little more structure and purpose.
I found I was drifting though undeniably unable to put the book down in what was, essentially a collection of interconnected short stories. But this is an entertaining and escapist read from the wife of the novelist Joseph O'Connor and the friend of Rosamund Lupton and Rebecca Miller. Skip to main content.
We shared our tales of insanity from the City That Never Sleeps and discussed how we had to make the most of the opportunity that we had here. I had created a show to be proud of but was riddled with doubt and anxiety.
That got me out of the house a number of times! I learnt a lot from this first run; New Yorkers loved Sylvie, were keen interactors and are thrilled by site specific theatre. We invited press, which unnerved me but I knew it was time.
- Half-Past Summer.
- Harry Breuers Mallet Solo Collection: For Any Keyboard Percussion Instrument;
- The Strange Voyage of The Raconteur;
- How to Book of eBook Publishing.
- From Aristotle to Augustine: Routledge History of Philosophy Volume 2: Volume 4?
- Plus haut que mes rêves (Biographies, Autobiographies) (French Edition).
- Spring 1995.
Opening night in the upscale Upper West Side and I had to handle two journalists, a cameraman and a photographer — which in an intimate audience of 20 was rather daunting to say the least! But when the doubts raise their ugly heads I have a top tip to fall back on:.
Never judging books by their cover
I think of the ever inspiring Daniel Kitson. Who during one of his sell out shows at BAM found himself in a bit of a jam… In the middle of an excellently funny and poignant moment he had to run offstage to avoid a severe gastric explosion.
He handled it brilliantly and hilariously and this potentially horrific event proved to only enhance an already outstanding show. An English Woman in New York.
An Englishwoman in New York by Anne-Marie Casey | Hachette UK
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