Mole Richardson

19 Jul 19
Russia News Now

The seemingly cold case of Jeffrey Epstein has become hot again. This is surprising – not because pedophile rings, child sex trafficking and blackmail operations don’t exist (the world is full of them), but because usually they have enough elite protection to continue functioning in the shadows. After all, pedophilia and Satanism are the glue […]

16 Jul 19

A couple of weeks ago (and I’m so sorry for the delay, it’s a busy time of year!) I was invited to go and watch The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 and 3/4 – The Musical which is currently showing at the Ambassadors Theatre in London’s West End.  When I mentioned this to […]

08 Jul 19
RDB Reviews

Genre: Action & Adventure, Animation Director: Shoujirou Nishimi (pt. 1), Futoshi Higashide (pt. 2), Hiroshi Morioka (pt. 3), Yasuhiro Aoki (pt. 4), Toshiyuki Kubooka (pt. 5), Jong-Sik Nam (pt. 6) & Andrea Romano (casting and voice direction). Producers: Bruce Timm, Emma Thomas, Toshi Himura (pt. 1-3, 5), Eiko Tanaka (pt. 1), Mitsushisa Ishikawa (pt. 2), Koichi Mashimo (pt. 3), Masao Maruyama (pt. 4, […]

05 Jul 19
Encore Radio

★★★★ | ‘Adrian Mole The Musical is jam-packed with songs and laughs, suitable for adults and children alike’  Where: The Ambassadors Theatre Review date: Wednesday 3rd July 2019 About the Show:  Set in 1980s Leicester, this musical adaptation of Sue Townsend‘s best-selling book is a timeless tale of teenage angst, family struggles and unrequited love, told through […]

05 Jul 19

Adrian Mole hits the West End at the Ambassadors Theatre in an exuberant return to the 1980s and it’s a hit

03 Jul 19

GROWING PAINS IN THATCHER-TIME…   It is almost eerie to plunge back into the 1980s for early teens of our hero,  especially if you have been listening to the latest R4 reading of his adult life,  long post- Thatcher, deep in Brexit with Pandora in Parliament and his love life still a  slo-mo disaster..  But […]

02 Jul 19
Musical Theatre Lives In Me

Having been a roaring success during it’s run at The Curve Leicester and The Menier Chocolate Factory, the West End transfer of Sue Townsend’s The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole aged 13 3/4 is one the most hotly anticipated shows of the summer. I was lucky enough to be in attendance at the very first […]

29 Jun 19
Thomas Alleyne's high school

This week, we had the pleasure of over 100 first school children spending the morning with us.

28 Jun 19
Cave Talks Culture

The Ambassador’s Theatre is an intimate space seating only 444 people which was perfect to house a play about an adolescent boy (I could almost smell the teenage boy BO from my seat). Adrian Mole is a literary anti-hero who first appeared in 1982 in a book by, you guessed it, Sue Townsend. The book […]

18 Jun 19
A Canadian Family

These surnames are extracted from the Ontario Metis Root Ancestors Project and the list   is meant to be a finding aide for the very detailed genealogical reports hosted at  their site. Bolded surnames are those carried by individuals who are considered to be one member of a  root couple of a specific Metis lineage. […]

11 Jun 19
No Bad Movie

CAPTAIN MARVELDisney & Buena Vista | 2019 | 124 min | Rated PG-13Directed by Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck BUY: $19.99RENT: $4.99 4K $29.96BR: $24.96DVD: $19.96 SB: $34.994K $29.99BR: $24.99DVD: $19.99 4K $29.96BR: $24.96DVD: $19.96 EXC: $34.994K $29.99BR: $24.99DVD: $19.99 OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS Set in the 1990s, Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel is an adventure from a […]

10 Jun 19
Woman's Place UK

We are disappointed that The Guardian has made an editorial decision to ignore the views of women by not publishing our response to their mendacious account of the attack on Julie Bindel when leaving a meeting in Edinburgh. This attack is symbolic of all the verbal, physical, online and workplace violence faced by women who […]