HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE – Cartoon for Print Monthly magazine and website: how just mentioning the word ‘Brexit’ is a cure for insomnia for many people 
By February 22, 2018 Read More →

HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE – Cartoon for Print Monthly magazine and website: how just mentioning the word ‘Brexit’ is a cure for insomnia for many people 

-  Harry’s illustrations and cartoons have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers. If you would like more information contact him on harryfmottram@gmail.com This one is for Print Monthly Magazine to illustrate their Soap Box feature. There are more cartoons and articles by Harry at www.harrymottram.co.uk

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STRAWBERRY LINE TIMES – FEATURE: Liz Leyshon on the importance of keeping libraries open (as Somerset County Council tries to shut Cheddar Library)
By February 22, 2018 Read More →

STRAWBERRY LINE TIMES – FEATURE: Liz Leyshon on the importance of keeping libraries open (as Somerset County Council tries to shut Cheddar Library)

Why we must not close the book on the written word Liz Leyshon, the Liberal Democrat county councillor for Glastonbury and Street, discusses the importance of fighting for the future of the county’s libraries. H e re ’s a Somerset quiz question for the future. What did a Quaker hot bed of Victorian education have in […]

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By February 21, 2018 Read More →

RAPSCALLION MAGAZINE – THEATRE REVIEW: from frightfully posh to terribly common in the swish of a mop – a glorious send up of the island whodunnit in Crimes Under The Sun with New Old Friends

Crimes Under The Sun. The Ustinov, Bath A dramatic start as the show is delayed after a member of the audience is taken ill – or were they bumped off? Looking around at some of those packed into the intimate seating of the Ustinov Theatre in Bath it’s hard not to conclude that certain individuals […]

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HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE JOURNALIST – FEATURE: as artificial intelligence takes over more jobs will robots eventually rule our lives and ultimately the world?
By February 20, 2018 Read More →

HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE JOURNALIST – FEATURE: as artificial intelligence takes over more jobs will robots eventually rule our lives and ultimately the world?

Artificial intelligence in the printing press manufacturing industry by Harry Mottram A driverless truck arrives at a printing works and its cargo of paper is unloaded automatically by driverless forklifts and handling robots. The paper is loaded into a press and from start to finish not a human hand touches the process as completed magazines are […]

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By February 18, 2018 Read More →

STRAWBERRY LINE TIMES – NEWS (VIDEO): Behind the scenes with David Parkin – staging The Ladykillers in Axbridge – building a theatre, creating the house in Kings Cross and recycling the last set (all with the help of a chocolate biscuit or two)

When Axbridge Community Theatre staged The Ladykillers in the Town Hall in 2016 a team of talented folk worked behind the scenes to make it happen. This is the story of part of that team – the set designers and builders of Axbridge Community Theatre (ACT). The production was directed by Peter Honeyands and was […]

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COMEDY NIGHTS AT THE AXBRIDGE ROXY – NEW DATES ANNOUNCED – Thursday 22nd March and Thursday 24th May 2018
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COMEDY NIGHTS AT THE AXBRIDGE ROXY – NEW DATES ANNOUNCED – Thursday 22nd March and Thursday 24th May 2018

Next shows: Thursday 22nd March 2018 and Thursday 24th May. Axbridge Comedy Nights at the Roxy in the High Street. Comedy Nighst at the Roxy in Axbridge – with stand-ups, performance poets, crazy comic films and an evening of laughter The last one sold out in hours so make sure you grab a ticket for the […]

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE – REVIEW: Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales keeps a full house engrossed (but did the monkey over shadow Tiddler?)
By February 16, 2018 Read More →

CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE – REVIEW: Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales keeps a full house engrossed (but did the monkey over shadow Tiddler?)

Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales. Bristol Old Vic. Age 3+ There was an atmosphere of babbling tiny voices (coupled with the calming tones of parents trying to dampen down a growing sense of excitement) as the audience awaited the arrival of the cast of Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales. The Bristol Old Vic’s main house was […]

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RAPSCALLION MAGAZINE THEATRE – PREVIEW: Agatha Christie spoof with New Old Friends at Bath’s Ustinov Theatre
By February 16, 2018 Read More →

RAPSCALLION MAGAZINE THEATRE – PREVIEW: Agatha Christie spoof with New Old Friends at Bath’s Ustinov Theatre

  A secluded island hotel just off the English coast becomes a crime scene, as a scandal-inducing femme-fatale is felled. All the guests on the island are suspects, but are they alone and is this the first crime this idyllic island has witnessed? The Bath based theatre company New Old Friends returns with this comedy thriller […]

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HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE – CARTOON: making time for time management
By February 15, 2018 Read More →

HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE – CARTOON: making time for time management

Harry’s illustrations and cartoons have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers. If you would like more information contact him on harryfmottram@gmail.com This one is for Print Monthly Magazine to illustrate an article on time management.

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HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE JOURNALIST – FEATURE: as the politicians negotiate and give mixed signals over Brexit – UK industry is getting more concerned about the uncertainty (and the small matter of the economy taking a dive)
By February 14, 2018 Read More →

HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE JOURNALIST – FEATURE: as the politicians negotiate and give mixed signals over Brexit – UK industry is getting more concerned about the uncertainty (and the small matter of the economy taking a dive)

Worried about the effects of Brexit on business? Feel like your views are being ignored? Harry Mottram says Brexit will not happen—at least not in the way it was proposed. Brexit, but not as we know it When Theresa May emerged triumphant from the post-Brexit referendum Tory leadership battle, she declared that ‘Brexit means Brexit’. It […]

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