Matthew Perret: Trainspotting, Feminism and Religion

Note: This review is from 2006

Review by Steve Bennett


Poetry, songs and story-telling about the three subjects guaranteed to make everyone's eyes glaze over. See people you previously considered friends visibly pale and try to avoid you, the minute you enthusiastically espouse Trainspotting, Feminism or Religion.

Perret discovers the delights of feminism (as a man) and religion (as a non-believer). He does like trains but is ridiculed in the 'rail enthusiast' fraternity for his inability to spot numbers.


Review date: 1 Jan 2006
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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