Monthly Archives: February 2014

James Holden: A Unicorn Walks Into A Bar

A unicorn walked into a bar. “An ale, please,” it said. The barman pulled out a fresh glass and began to pull the pint, tittering as he did so. Should he do it? Shouldn’t he? As he placed the pint … Continue reading

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James Holden: Amateur Dramatics

Six months ago Luke had been railroaded by his wife into joining Craven Amateur Dramatics, and here he was – on stage on opening night of their latest production. Valerie had been a member of the group for eight years, … Continue reading

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