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RiverTribe: essential reading on our stretch of the Thames.

February / March 2018

Cover story:

Inspirational women are very much centre stage at the moment. Kathy Lette is treading the boards at the new Exchange Theatre in Twickenham. This irrepressible writer, comedian and social commentator is going to bring the house down with her one-woman performance, Girls’ Night Out. Her tales of love, lust, men, marriage, pregnancy, childbirth, sexist bosses, ageing, toy boys,

teenage-daughter-wrangling, making the Queen laugh and hiding Julian Assange in her attic will almost certainly

have everyone glued to their seats.


Also inside:

RiverTribe reviews the new Tesla X

RiverTribe Editor Linda Duberley has a test drive in the new Tesla X. Linda was very nervous at taking this stellar car out on the road despite having driven everything from an East European Trabant to a pick-up truck in a previous life as a foreign correspondent.

Read her review and thoughts of the RiverTribers on this fabulous electric car of the future.

Daring to date again

We discover the joys and pitfalls of dating for the over 50's with a little help from the online dating app Our Time.





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