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This is a moving, thought-provoking, and at times hilarious account of the highs and lows of one teacher’s life in a pioneering inner-city school for damaged and difficult children in the 1970s. Memoirs of a Maladjusted Teacher is the true account of one…read more

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From 'the Ashes' to 'umpires', and from 'beamers' to 'seamers', here's everything you need to know to increase your social status or avoid getting caught out.read more

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A collection of short stories set in and around the RFH on London’s South Bank. Against a background of live music, six charatcers tell their tales – of suspicion and jealousy, of broken dreams and flawed animation, of pride and fall, pf love and deathread more

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From 'the Ashes' to 'umpires', and from 'beamers' to 'seamers', here's everything you need to know to increase your social status or avoid getting caught out.read more

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"France is a country that eats, drinks and breathes philosophy. There is not a farmer, fisherman, waiter, car-worker, shop assistant or housewife who isn't a closet Diderot or Descartes, a Saint-Simon or a Sartre." "French politicians look smart because power…read more

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Tales from the Festival Hall is a collection of stories set in and around the RFH on London's South Bank. Against a background of live music, six characters tell their tales - of suspicion and jealousy, of broken dreams and flawed animation, of pride and…read more

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"France is a country that eats, drinks and breathes philosophy. There is not a farmer, fisherman, waiter, car-worker, shop assistant or housewife who isn't a closet Diderot or Descartes, a Saint-Simon or a Sartre." "French politicians look smart because power…read more