Roald Dahl is one of those rare writers whose name and work is instantly recognisable; his oeuvre(and his children’s fiction in particular) has sold over two-hundred million copies, has been translated into thirty-seven languages and adapted into twelve major films. Although of Danish parentage, Dahl cultivated a persona of the English upper-middle class country gentleman, […]
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Quentin Blake: Inside Stories

Jack Pugh

PUBLISHED ON: 02/05/17

CATEGORY: Reviews

What does an illustrator think about? The question is posed as you walk into Quentin Blake: Inside Stories, currently on display at National Museum Ca …

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City of the Unexpected

Jack Pugh

PUBLISHED ON: 01/05/17

CATEGORY: Reviews

On Saturday 17 September, Cardiff’s ‘City of the Unexpected’ brought the pages of Roald Dahl’s books to life through random, bizarre, staged theatre w …

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