The LAST WORD: Graham Street, managing partner, Withy King

September 19, 2014

Each week Bath Business News lets a prominent member of the area’s business community have the last word on its weekly e-bulletin.

This week Graham Street, managing partner at Bath law firm Withy King, answers our 10 questions

What was the LAST:

Film you watched?

Bad Neighbours – it was truly awful!

Book you read?

The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer.  A fascinating insight into schizophrenia and how young adults cope with this condition.  It won the Costa Book of the Year this year and the author is a lecturer in creative writing at The Bath Spa University.

Music you bought?

Stay Gold by Swedish indie folk duo First Aid Kit

Concert you went to?

Taylor Swift – The Red Tour at the O2. It was for my teenage daughters – honest!

Sporting event you attended?

Bath Rugby v London Welsh. First home game of the 2014/15 season.

Holiday you went on?

Not that you would say it was a holiday – five days cycling from Bordeaux to Bath.

Restaurant you ate in?

L’Auberge Breton in Chateaubriant, France – see answer to last question.

Thing that annoyed you?

Being overtaken when cycling through Shaftsbury on the A350 by a car and caravan which literally brushed my elbow.

Thing that made you laugh out loud?

Seeing the photographic evidence of our recent Withy King summer party. A good time was had by all.

Piece of good advice you were given?

Be yourself, don’t follow the crowd.

Graham Street is a construction lawyer and managing partner of Withy King LLP.  He lives in Bath with his wife Sarah, two teenage daughters and dog called Harry. He is a keen supporter of Bath Rugby and enjoys cycling and red wine in equal measure – not usually at the same time.

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