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#104 – Watch a show at the Minack Theatre, Cornwall

‘Cornwall’s extraordinary Minack Theatre is testimony
to one woman’s passion’
Philip Johnston

The Minack Theatre is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most beautiful performance space I have ever had the pleasure of watching theatre in. Carved into the edge of Cornwall’s beautiful coastline, this seasonal outdoor venue stands strong against the elements to deliver unique theatrical experiences to its audience.

The Minack Theatre has wowed audiences since the 1930s, with the threat of neither wind nor rain able to keep willing patrons at bay.

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(Untitled thoughts of one who is flying away)

It’s 368 days since I landed back in the UK after a 6 week excursion to Australia’s East Coast.

I said then that my goal would be to return within 12months – I never expected to come close to completing the feat however.

I’ve had such a great time back in Milton Keynes though, creating a lot of fantastic memories along the way. I’ve made new friends and re-connected with old ones. More importantly I’ve spent a lot of time with my family.

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England’s Euro Disaster: The end of Roy Hodgson

Irregardless of tonight’s result, Greg Dyke should not have even considered handing Roy Hodgson a new contract at the end of Euro 2016. The performance against Iceland will go down as one of the worst in our footballing history, but you can’t argue that it hasn’t been coming.

Much was made of our “100% record” in qualifying, but should that really be such a surprise? I don’t mean to disrespect the nations in our group, but they didn’t pose much of a challenge – then again, we should have swept aside the nation with a population the size of Leicester’s.

So where did it all go wrong? Should Roy take the brunt of the blame, or should we shift it to the players? Or is it a bit of both? Here is 7 potential reasons why:

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