I’m pretty much maxed out with the long cold nights and watching TV box sets wrapped in a blanket. I’ve had the flu bug that seemed to knock out half of Southsea, filed my tax return, and enjoyed the spectacle of the stormy weather on the seafront. Now I’m ready for lighter evenings and some warm sunshine on my back. But, good news, I have taken a peek at the calendar, and we are only about 6 weeks away from British summer time.
In the meantime, we can enjoy some invigorating dance productions and lively musicals at the Guildhall, NTR and The Kings Theatre ( see Culture Vulture p.62).
Don’t be put off by recent news that partners becoming obsessed with long distance cycling, or changing their diet, is causing marital breakdown, and turn to page 50, where Chris Horton describes an outing with the South Coast Cycle Collective, while Tara Knight talks persuasively about becoming a vegan. And did you know Jim AlKhalili, BBC presenter and science media star lives in Southsea? Kate Thompson chats with Jim on page 42.
Please remember we are now publishing every other month, so we will be back in April blue skies and sunshine.
Kevin John Dean
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