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Sensational musical treat

Well you quite possibly have heard of the movie of the Bodyguard? Maybe even the Whitney Houston soundtrack songs? Theatre fans too will know of the touring stage show which did the rounds some years ago? Well nothing can prepare you for this new touring production starring Alexandra Burke – it is sensational. Nothing can prepare you for the opening number from the word go the theatre explodes into song with fire, lights from everywhere, sparkling dancers and Alexandra belting out the disco hit in an atmosphere more akin to a stadium rather than our ‘up close’ packed theatre. What a start and the pace and sets constantly move more than anything seen previously on a British stage. If you a

White Light Red Fire: book review

“The skies were filled with unreal fire; blue, burnt with amber, red, orange and yellow. This fire was no natural thing. It clawed across the sky, and below it all life shivered and retreated. The land lay scorched, the mountains and glens trembling.” And so, with vivid description and fervent prose, begins Robert Reid’s debut novel White Light Red Fire. The story, set within the third age on the island of Andore, begins with the ambition of Oien, an ancient alchemist, who forges an alliance with the tyrant King Dewar to overpower the northern land of Bala to harvest its othium. The power to resist is gifted to one man, Alastair Munro, a farmer from humble beginnings. The only man who