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’71 | Movie review

’71
MOVIE REVIEW

Rising star Jack O’Connell continues his on-screen persona as a young disenfranchised adult questioning authority in this tense thriller. His previous roles have included youth hooliganism in Eden Lake and Harry Brown, counter-culture [read more]

Horst: Photographer of Style at the V&A | Exhibition review

Horst: Photographer of Style at the V&A
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The Victoria and Albert Museum is proud to unveil its newest exhibition showcasing the photographs, Vogue covers, and sketchbook drawings of one Horst P. Horst (previously known as Paul Albert Bohrmann). Often called one of the leading [read more]

The Me Plays at The Old Red Lion | Theatre review

The Me Plays at The Old Red Lion
THEATRE REVIEW

Written and performed by Andrew Maddock, The Me Plays is a rhythmic flow of modern day anecdotal humour and heartfelt confession. The intimate size of The Old Red Lion Theatre performance space lends itself well to the personal verbal [read more]

In Order of Disappearance | Movie review

In Order of Disappearance
MOVIE REVIEW

A Scandinavian crime film or “crime comedy” in the vein of Quentin Tarantino and the Coen brothers are two of the least appealing descriptions in modern cinema. Such things are now ten-a-penny and rarely worth sitting through. [read more]

M!R!M: An intimate interview

M!R!M: An intimate interview

M!R!M is the solo project of Italian-born musician Lacapo Bertelli, known in London as Jack Milwaukee. Last week The Upcoming visited him at his flat in Dalston to discuss his music. Can you start off by telling us a bit of background [read more]

Young Guns at Madame JoJo’s | Live review

Young Guns at Madame JoJo’s
LIVE REVIEW

The music industry is a notoriously fickle business – one minute a band can be more popular than a leaked image of Jennifer Lawrence and the next they attract less interest than Tom Cleverly on transfer deadline day. Young Guns are a [read more]

Young Guns at Madame JoJo’s | Live review

Young Guns at Madame JoJo’s
LIVE REVIEW

The music industry is a notoriously fickle business: one minute a band can be more popular than a leaked image of Jennifer Lawrence and the next they attract less interest than Tom Cleverly on transfer deadline day. Young Guns are a prime [read more]

The Boxtrolls | Movie review

The Boxtrolls
MOVIE REVIEW

Just three movies in, and the talented folks at Laika have already made a name for themselves as a studio willing to make movies for children, but with the edges left on. Coraline and ParaNorman had plenty to recommend them, excellent [read more]

Source at Artsdepot | Theatre review

Source at Artsdepot
THEATRE REVIEW

“What are they doing?” came the whisper from a young boy to his father while watching Source, a free outdoor performance showcasing circus skills, dance, music and theatre. We were 20 minutes into the hour-long street show, [read more]

Autobahn at The King’s Head | Theatre review

Autobahn at The King’s Head
THEATRE REVIEW

The King’s Head Theatre is another boxed-in, stuffy one – the perfect accompaniment to the concentrated intimacy of Neil LaBute’s Autobahn. Set entirely within the confined privacy of a car’s two front seats, the play presents [read more]

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