|13 Feb 2023|
Actor and writer Robert Cohen (Reeves 1977-82) has had his novel Architecture For Beginners published recently by Hobart Books, a small independent publisher based in Oxfordshire.
The book concerns the comically fractious mid-life reunion between two old schoolfriends, one a retired footballer nationally treasured for his cheeky charm and his attraction to violence, and the other a disgraced architect. The latter is commissioned by the former to design and build a full-size football stadium on his country estate.
You can read more about the book here and it is available to order on Amazon or from your local bookshop.
In October 2022, Robert appeared in a new play at the Grove Theatre, Eastbourne, called Lost in the Willows, which tells the story of the bitter-sweet life of Wind in the Willows author Kenneth Grahame. Robert has appeared in a number of productions at the Brighton Fringe Festival in recent years, including the acclaimed The Trials of Harvey Matusow, Something Rotten and High Vis, all of which he wrote.
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