Siobhán McSweeney

Issue 1557

Siobhán McSweeney
  • She was a sarcastic nun on Derry Girls, and mopped up Keith Brymer Jones’s tears on The Great Pottery Throw Down. Now Siobhán McSweeney takes to the London stage as a ‘white-faced, frantic dervish’. As you do…
  • The incredible and unlikely story of how Tetris was brought to the world after two men outfoxed the KGB
  • Meet the millionaires who want to pay more tax
  • After a harrowing stint at boarding school and a flirtation with academia, the desire to be funny trumped everything says Sally Phillips in a Letter To My Younger Self
  • With the cost-of-living crisis and food shortages spiralling, Mo Wilde urges people to give foraging a try
  • And our vendor James in Ilkeston is captain of a local darts team, but it’s fair to say they won’t be challenging for the league title…

Plus much more!

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