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The Wild Thornberrys. Some men, like bats or owls, have better eyes for the darkness than for the light; we, who have no such optical powers, are better pleased to take our last parting look at the visionary companions of many solitary hours, when the brief sunshine of the world is blazing full upon them.
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Back on the road with an all new stand-up show, Ben promises to try and make sense of a world which appears to have gone stark raving mad.
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He consorted with left-wing thinkers and young firebrands, like Kwame Nkrumah and Jomo Kenyatta, bent on overthrowing colonial rule. We sat at the bottom of that motionless pool. Blazing with tension, energy and passion, experience a powerful new interpretation of Macbeth, fuelled by the fierce reverberations of Johnny Cash, The xx and The Rolling Stones.
My younger brother and I were at the top of the stairs, forbidden to come down but allowed to stay where we could glimpse him and hear him. A musical phenomenon not to be missed!
He carried on, determinedly, with the aid of assis-tants. From time immemorial, disabled people have been horribly misrepresented, mocked, pilloried and demonised — not least by the theatrical profession. Light, lyrical and bursting with energy — a comedy with the softest of hearts and the sweetest of melodies.
He found it impossible to work in the abstract; only when he went to work in a hospital as a neurologist, interacting with patients, did he begin to fulfill his potential.