Category: Review

Retreat to understand

The natural quiet of Hampshire’s rolling fields of corn and hay, magical woodlands, and green pastures where sheep loll, is the breathtaking setting for The Krishnamurti Centre, where I have just spent four days. A reader of Krishnamurti books years ago, I was drawn to … Continue reading Retreat to understand


Moral power in film making

A humanitarian at heart, I am naturally drawn to art forms that explore and capture themes of our human spirit surviving even the worst atrocities. Mandela – Long Walk to Freedom was shown by Welcome Cinema at Amnesty International’s UK place of business on Tuesday … Continue reading Moral power in film making


Le Salon in St Jean de Luz, France

Review: A home away from home Le Salon is an unexpected bright, spacious and welcoming venue in an otherwise faceless part of St Jean de Luz. The minute I stepped into its expansive yet cosy atmosphere, I was struck by the warmth of the wooden … Continue reading Le Salon in St Jean de Luz, France