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I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story | Movie review

I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story
MOVIE REVIEW

Coming after 2011’s successful documentary Being Elmo, I Am Big Bird tells the story behind the iconic eight-foot yellow puppet who, for many lovers of Sesame Street, will always be the show’s most important icon. Caroll [read more]

Get Hard | Movie review

Get Hard
MOVIE REVIEW

In 2006, screenwriter Etan Cohen wrote Idiocracy, one of the most overlooked satirical comedies of the past decade; it highlighted Cohen as a writer that balances low-brow humour with social commentary. He would repeat this [read more]

The Promenade at The Dorchester launches Chelsea Flower Show afternoon tea

The Promenade at The Dorchester launches Chelsea Flower Show afternoon tea

From Monday 18th to Sunday 24th May, in collaboration with Laurent-Perrier, the Promenade at the Dorchester will be offering a themed afternoon tea, drawn from this year’s Chelsea Flower Show. It will be the sixth year that the [read more]

Blind | Movie review

Blind
MOVIE REVIEW

Blind is the newest film from Norwegian writer and filmmaker Eskil Vogt, and is finally coming to the UK after winning the Screenwriting Award in January at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Ellen Dorrit Petersen stars as main character [read more]

Sweeney Todd at Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop | Theatre review

Sweeney Todd at Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop
THEATRE REVIEW

In Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop, lovingly reconstructed on Shaftesbury Avenue, something very special is going on. Fresh from Tooting, produced by Rachel Edwards and directed by Bill Buckhurst, Sondheim’s musical [read more]

Equation at Lilian Baylis Studio | Dance review

Equation at Lilian Baylis Studio
DANCE REVIEW

The =dance series was created to showcase dance projects involving deaf and disabled artists and allow them to develop their creative ideas in a supportive and inclusive environment. It now ends its first year with a show entitled [read more]

Peter Liversidge: Notes on Protesting at Whitechapel Gallery | Exhibition review

Peter Liversidge: Notes on Protesting at Whitechapel Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Drawing inspiration directly from the East London neighbourhood and supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Peter Liversidge has put together a solo exhibition that addresses protest and demonstration. Liversidge is a conceptual [read more]

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye selects from the V-A-C collection at Whitechapel Gallery | Exhibition review

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye selects from the V-A-C collection at Whitechapel Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

In a series of four displays, Whitechapel Gallery has designed a programme that intends to reveal undiscovered, rare collections from around the world, hence opening its doors to this selection named Natures, Natural and Unnatural, from [read more]

Candoco Dance Company/Jérôme Bel: The Show Must Go On at Sadler’s Wells | Dance review

Candoco Dance Company/Jérôme Bel: The Show Must Go On at Sadler’s Wells
DANCE REVIEW

There are fine lines where dance and non-artistic movement overlap, and there are subtle nuances that distinguish performing from being one’s self. Choreographer Jérôme Bel is known for creating provocative pieces using dance as a [read more]

My Father and Other Superheroes at the Polka | Theatre review

My Father and Other Superheroes at the Polka
THEATRE REVIEW

Poet and performer Nick Makoha delights children and adults alike in this autobiographical one-man show recounting an unstable childhood spent between Africa and London. Makoha plays his younger self as well as every person who has had a [read more]

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