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See full summary » Martine offers Terry a lead on a foolproof bank hit on London's Baker Street.
She targets a roomful of safe deposit boxes worth millions in cash and jewelry.
But isn’t what you feel — just a little — a sense of weariness?
Yes yes, acres of #notallmuslims and yes yes, attention-seeking blowhards calling for internment and yes yes, praise for the bravery of the first responders.
With his long-time pal Gage acting as his manager, he's trying to lay down a demo tape with cut-rate ...Anna Maconochie’s debut collection of short fiction, crackles with an electric energy.It’s extremely present and the humour is trenchant.by Catherine Ellis / 5th April 2017 I’ll admit, there was a time when I had never really considered what I wouldn’t expect puppets to do.Reared on Thunderbirds and seaside Punch and Judy, my conscious puppet repertoire was defined by International Rescue missions and sausage-themed domestic abuse. But, had I thought about what I wouldn’t call ‘puppet territory’, knife throwing, striptease, and floating through the air while masturbating with an aubergine would have been high on my list. Thank goodness the Sex and Puppets/Puppet Cabaret double bill hosted by Moving Parts, Newcastle’s new puppetry festival, was here to set me straight.