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Translations at the Rose | Theatre review

Translations at the Rose
THEATRE REVIEW

After debuting in Sheffield in February, director James Grieve has brought his revival of Brian Friel’s play Translations to the Rose Theatre in Kingston. Set in Gaelic-speaking Donegal, Ireland in 1833, the play examines the effects of [read more]

Archimedes’ Principle at the Park | Theatre review

Archimedes’ Principle at the Park
THEATRE REVIEW

Premiering in London after an award-winning sell-out run in Spain, Archimedes’ Principle is the theatrical adaptation of social paranoia and its surprising yet all-too-familiar consequences, in the wake of recent revelations of [read more]

Jeeves and Wooster: Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of York’s | Theatre review

Jeeves and Wooster: Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of York’s
THEATRE REVIEW

Perfect Nonsense is nonsense for sure, but not quite perfect. This new play is an attempt to revive and expand the Goodale Brothers’ 1993 adaptation of P G Wodehouse’s novel The Code of the Woosters, in which only one of the siblings [read more]

The Silver Tassie at the Lyttleton | Theatre review

The Silver Tassie at the Lyttleton
THEATRE REVIEW

Irish playwright Sean O’Casey wrote The Silver Tassie in 1928 as a searing piece of theatre about the broken generation of the First World War. The historical context meant that Irish soldiers were rare volunteers for the trenches, and [read more]

Dan Wilson at St Pancras Old Church | Live review

Dan Wilson at St Pancras Old Church
LIVE REVIEW

Semisonic’s own Dan Wilson, on tour to promote his new studio solo album Love Without Fear, serenaded the audience at St Pancras Old Church last night with his acoustic guitar, rusty but even and smooth voice, and cathartic songs that [read more]

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year: The Winners

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year: The Winners

Now in its third year, Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year is an international competition, open to professional and amateur, old and young and offers a £5000 prize to the overall winner. The entries showcase photography of people [read more]

Javeon at Shoreditch House | Live review

Javeon at Shoreditch House
LIVE REVIEW

It is in a small room in Shoreditch House that Javeon takes the stage late on Tuesday evening. A small crowd has gathered in the cosily decorated space; people are relaxing on the couches and groups are chatting with drinks in their hands. [read more]

Tracks | Movie review

Tracks
MOVIE REVIEW

Tracks is the tale of a young Australian loner who wants to prove that anyone can do anything. Inspired by her father’s African crossing, she decides to cross over 2,000 miles of deserts just with three camels and her faithful dog [read more]

Dorian Gray at Riverside Studios | Theatre review

Dorian Gray at Riverside Studios
THEATRE REVIEW

Being the only novel published by acclaimed playwright Oscar Wilde, the allure of adapting The Picture of Dorian Gray for stage is obvious. And yes, it is possible to find someone that represents the radiant beauty of Dorian Gray – [read more]

Pompeii | Movie review

Pompeii
MOVIE REVIEW

With approximately 2.5 million visitors every year, Pompeii is one of Italy’s most popular tourist attractions. The ancient Roman city was destroyed in AD 79 by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, covering the Pompeii in 12 layers of ash [read more]

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Translations at the Rose | Theatre review
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After debuting in Sheffield in February, director James Grieve has brought his revival of Brian Friel’s play [read more]

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