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Jerry’s Girls at St James Studio | Theatre review

Jerry’s Girls at St James Studio
THEATRE REVIEW

Jerry Herman, multiple Tony Award-winner, was one of the most successful composers on Broadway, writing timeless classics in shows such as Mame, Hello, Dolly! and La Cage aux Folles. Broadway Musical Revue Jerry’s Girls takes the [read more]

Jaws at Heaven | Live review

Jaws at Heaven
LIVE REVIEW

Indie pop Brummie foursome Jaws took the stage at Heaven on Wednesday night, delivering a solid set for their fans. Coming to prominence in 2012 as part of the emerging B-Town scene (a term which even makes its coiners cringe), Jaws have [read more]

Jack Savoretti at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

Jack Savoretti at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

This is somewhat of a homecoming for Jack Savoretti, who talks about living and working around the corner from Shepherd’s Bush Empire. He certainly seems comfortable on stage for a man who almost gave up on music only four years ago. [read more]

Shawn Mendes at The Garage | Live review

Shawn Mendes at The Garage
LIVE REVIEW

How do you turn a six-second vine into a one-hour live performance? It helps if you have hundreds of hysterical teens falling at your feet, squealing at even the slightest hint that you might be coming on stage (it was just the [read more]

The Tiger Lillies: An Interview with Martyn Jacques

The Tiger Lillies: An Interview with Martyn Jacques

Martyn Jacques is the talented frontman of Olivier Award-winning cabaret act and musical threesome The Tiger Lillies. Their twisted sounds and controversial lyrics have earned them a dedicated cult following. They play in venues as varied [read more]

Ariel Pink at Electric Ballroom | Live review

Ariel Pink at Electric Ballroom
LIVE REVIEW

Trying to pigeon hole Ariel Pink into a genre is as futile as a cat chasing a laser point. Quite frankly, he is all over the shop and this chameleon-like diversity is what makes him so appealing. The show is pretty much a run through of [read more]

Josef Salvat at Oslo Hackney | Live review

Josef Salvat at Oslo Hackney
LIVE REVIEW

Probably best known for his cover of Diamonds by Rihanna, Australian singer-songwriter Josef Salvat takes to the stage at Oslo Hackney. With ambient lighting, the rustic-chic venue provides the perfect setting for Salvat to perform [read more]

My Name Is Salt | Movie review

My Name Is Salt
MOVIE REVIEW

My Name Is Salt is an informed and graceful exploration of the lives of the “salt people” for whom extracting salt from the Little Rann of Kutch has been the work of generation after generation. The film portrays the commitment [read more]

Inventing Impressionism at the National Gallery | Exhibition review

Inventing Impressionism at the National Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Impressionism is no longer considered a controversial art movement, but in the 1870s it was universally disparaged and mocked. Paul Durand-Ruel was an art dealer who risked fortune and reputation to support the movement and its artists. [read more]

The Honey Man at The Albany | Theatre review

The Honey Man at The Albany
THEATRE REVIEW

An ageing, solitary West Indian beekeeper finds his peace disrupted when a frustrated, wealthy teenager enters his seemingly abandoned cabin to smoke a furtive spliff. This is the beginning of The Honey Man, a story that deals with [read more]

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