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Andy Burrows at Dingwalls | Live review

Andy Burrows at Dingwalls
LIVE REVIEW

Andy Burrows, the former drummer of Razorlight, has been quietly carving out a pretty impressive career for himself as a solo artist since leaving the band five years ago. Last night at Dingwalls in Camden, he played songs from his new [read more]

Fury | Movie review

Fury
MOVIE REVIEW

Fury is a different kind of war film. Though it does tell a story about a group of exceptional war heroes and their final, fatal act of unique heroism, it also reveals the psychological trauma that is inescapable in such a ruthless, [read more]

BluesFest 2014 at the Royal Albert Hall: day three with Paddy Milner, Danny Bryant, Dr Feelgood and many more

BluesFest 2014 at the Royal Albert Hall: day three with Paddy Milner, Danny Bryant, Dr Feelgood and many more

Day three of BluesFest 2014, and there was a bit of Elvis in the air. Elvis Costello, that is, sound-checking beautifully from the main auditorium in preparation for his evening performance.  West Arena Foyer But more pressing was the [read more]

Jonah and Otto at the Park | Theatre review

Jonah and Otto at the Park
THEATRE REVIEW

Jonah and Otto is a new play by established playwright Robert Holman,. It’s an exploration of loneliness, loss and masculinity. Park Theatre creates a sparse landscape with bare concrete walls and framed skies forming the backdrop [read more]

The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess | Theatre review

The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess
THEATRE REVIEW

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society have, due to a clerical error, taken over the Duchess Theatre for their production of “Murder at Haversham Manor”. Unfortunately for them, almost everything that possibly could go wrong, [read more]

Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter | Theatre review

Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter
THEATRE REVIEW

“They seek him here, they seek him there, in Regent Street, and Leicester Square”; as a Londoner, sat in the West End, you’re sure to feel warmth glowing in your chest when listening to songs about the city. Never more so than [read more]

Notes from Underground at The Print Room | Theatre review

Notes from Underground at The Print Room
THEATRE REVIEW

Imagine old musty philosophical musings written and performed with a kind of introverted g-force that winds its narrator tighter and tighter into himself and you will have Notes from Underground. The collaborative creation of Gerald [read more]

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles | Movie review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
MOVIE REVIEW

The sewers below New York are home to many myths and legends, some more plausible than others, but when it comes to comic book material, you learn to roll with whatever. So, just in case you’re not aware of the concept: there live under [read more]

Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A | Exhibition review

Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A
EXHIBITION REVIEW

As one of England’s best-known and most valued painters, Constable is bound to have many admirers. Already recognised as a master during his lifetime, his work certainly remains important, but to those of us who are not fans, this [read more]

The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman | Movie review

The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman
MOVIE REVIEW

Coming-of-age stories are often about waking up, but The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman takes that a little too literally. Charlie (Shia LaBeouf), distraught at the death of his mother (Melissa Leo) and worried that he has no [read more]

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Andy Burrows at Dingwalls | Live review
Andy Burrows at Dingwalls

Andy Burrows, the former drummer of Razorlight, has been quietly carving out a pretty impressive career for himself as [read more]

Fury | Movie review
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Fury is a different kind of war film. Though it does tell a story about a group of exceptional war heroes and their [read more]

BluesFest 2014 at the Royal Albert Hall: day three with Paddy Milner, Danny Bryant, Dr Feelgood and many more
BluesFest 2014 at the Royal Albert Hall: day three with Paddy Milner, Danny Bryant, Dr Feelgood and many more

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Jonah and Otto is a new play by established playwright Robert Holman,. It’s an exploration of loneliness, loss [read more]

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