Welcome to the Tiemo Talk of The Town Blog, established in 2011.
We cover a wide variety of comedy shows, plays, debates, conferences, festivals and films that examine the arts, culture, education, faith, health and well-being, politics, relationships and society that empower people and communities.
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* A show or event which had major flaws in all areas.
** A performance that had some flaws.
*** A good, value for money performance.
**** An excellent show that over-delivered in one or more areas.
***** An outstanding show with which we could find no fault.
This is based upon The Broadway Baby review guide and with due consideration to the star rating system used by many newspapers, magazines and websites.
Michael Peters is the Editor of the Blog. His writing has been published in Grapevine magazine, InsideMan, Media Diversified, New Nation, The Voice and the Uxbridge Gazette. He has appeared on OHTV, BEN TV and Arise TV. From time to time he has been a guest on BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Radio London , Colourful Radio, LBC and V.O.A.R.
*** BIG ANNOUNCEMENT ***
We are very happy to announced that our blog has been nominated for two UK Blog Awards 2016. We are nominated in the ‘Arts & Culture’ and ‘Odeon Cinema’s Best Storyteller’ categories.
So why are we telling you this?
Well we need your support to turn our nominations into awards. So if you like this review and what we’ve written for you over the last year (or in fact 5 years 2011-2016) then please click the UKBA16 logo to vote for Tiemo Talk of the Town.
It takes less than 1 minute to vote. Voting opened on 4th January 2016. You can vote once a day, per email address, per device, right until close of voting on Monday 25th January 2016. Please select option one when voting which gives our Blog a vote in both categories. Your votes will mean a lot to us.
Tiemo Talk of the Town
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Updated 24th January 2016