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Angus and Julia Stone by Angus and Julia Stone | Album review

Angus and Julia Stone by Angus and Julia Stone
ALBUM REVIEW

The Australian soft-spoken brother and sister are back after their award-winning album Down the Way saw them reach number one in their home country. They’ve never quite managed the same success over here in the UK, which only adds to [read more]

Crystal Springs at the Park | Theatre review

Crystal Springs at the Park
THEATRE REVIEW

“You can’t treat someone like dirt and expect there to be no consequences” character Haley opines. It’s a cautionary tale for the digital age: two best friends, the tumultuous tides of schoolgirl relationships and a mother’s [read more]

Another NTO by Andy King | Book review

Another NTO by Andy King
BOOK REVIEW

During the 1990s, around the same time its cultural cousins reality TV and social media were finding their feet, the memoir had a surge in popularity. What began as a lucrative sideline for tabloid-friendly celebrities was seized upon by [read more]

What Milo Saw: Virginia Macgregor talks about her beautiful debut

What Milo Saw: Virginia Macgregor talks about her beautiful debut

“As Milo shifted his head and focused in on the images through the small ‘O’ of his vision, he felt kind of lucky that he didn’t have to see it all.” Berkshire writer Virginia [read more]

The Girl Who Just Appeared by Jonathan Harvey | Book review

The Girl Who Just Appeared by Jonathan Harvey
BOOK REVIEW

A little bit bonkers in the guise of a life story, The Girl Who Just Appeared is one woman’s quest to find who she is, where she’s come from and how to belong. From the outset it’s refreshing to read a female voice from [read more]

The Kilburn Passion at the Tricycle | Theatre review

The Kilburn Passion at the Tricycle
THEATRE REVIEW

There is a real community feel to The Kilburn Passion. Revived as part of the ninth Camden Fringe, the play was written by former Kilburn resident Suhayra El-Bushra through a process of workshop consultations with the Tricycle’s own [read more]

What If | Movie review

What If
MOVIE REVIEW

Michael Dowse’s What If is a romantic comedy that tries to break the conventions generally employed by this genre. This succeeds at some points, gently piquing the audience’s interest and providing some enjoyable moments. [read more]

Grim: A New Musical at the Charing Cross | Theatre review

Grim: A New Musical at the Charing Cross
THEATRE REVIEW

Grim is the name of a new musical that has just opened at the Charing Cross Theatre – the recently renovated little musical hall round the corner from the central London train station – and it’s a name that quite effectively [read more]

Bear in Heaven – Time Is Over One Day Old | Album review

Bear in Heaven – Time Is Over One Day Old
ALBUM REVIEW

Bear in Heaven are Jon Philpot, Adam Wills and Joe Stickney from Brooklyn. Although the members have changed since they first formed back in 2003, their dazed rock music is still the same, which may please some and dismay others. Upon [read more]

Alice Through the Looking Glass at St Paul’s Church | Theatre review

Alice Through the Looking Glass at St Paul’s Church
THEATRE REVIEW

Adapted for the stage by Daniel Winter, Iris Theatre’s production of Alice Through the Looking Glass takes place in the rather grandiose setting of St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden. This ethereal landmark lends not only its [read more]

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