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Mr Morgan’s Last Love | Movie review

Mr Morgan’s Last Love
MOVIE REVIEW

Set in rural Paris, Mr Morgan’s Last Love is a melancholy but sweet tale of Matthew Morgan (Michael Caine) and Pauline Laubie (Clémence Poésy), two slightly lonely individuals who strike up a friendship a few years after Morgan’s [read more]

Mahna Mahna: A Muppet Cabaret at The Pheasantry | Theatre review

Mahna Mahna: A Muppet Cabaret at The Pheasantry
THEATRE REVIEW

Since the 1960s The Muppets have infiltrated popular culture and captured a place in our hearts. From the meek, introspective Kermit to the rambunctious, flirtatious Miss Piggy, Jim Henson’s world of foam and fur has ignited our [read more]

Vena Portae – Vena Portae | Album review

Vena Portae – Vena Portae
ALBUM REVIEW

Latin for vein portal, Vena Portae’s eponymous album delivers soft, atmospheric folk sounds representative of the band’s nomadic ponderings during their time on the road. Made up of Bafta award-winning singer Emily Barker (Red Clay [read more]

Jeeves & Wooster: Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of York | Theatre review

Jeeves & Wooster: Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of York
THEATRE REVIEW

Adapted from Wodehouse’s 1938 novel The Code of the Woosters, Perfect Nonsense is athree-man, extremely slick, very witty, and ever so slightly bonkers production, reworked from the Goodale brothers’ one-man presentation [read more]

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon | Movie review

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon
MOVIE REVIEW

In Mike Myers’ directorial debut he documents the story of Shep Gordon, a humble Hollywood insider and a genius of the industry who’s managed everyone from Alice Copper to Pink Floyd (albeit for only nine days). Shep Gordon isn’t [read more]

Malevich at Tate Modern | Exhibition review

Malevich at Tate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Perhaps best known for his “marking the zero in modern art” with the iconic Black Square (1915), Tate Modern presents a multifaceted collection of works from a remarkably important figure in the art of the 20th century. Kazimir [read more]

The renaissance of Lambrusco

The renaissance of Lambrusco

Lambrusco has never been a byword for sophisticated luxury – until now. It fell flat in the 70s and has spent the last 40 years self-consciously residing on the lowest shelves of budget supermarkets. No longer: Lambrusco is making a [read more]

Grand Central | Movie review

Grand Central
MOVIE REVIEW

Sun-gilded fields of long grass, calm waters and fleeting shots of summer rain, Grand Central combines real cinematic beauty and an authentic story about love with the sour and electric edge of adultery. Taking place in a French nuclear [read more]

The Courteeners at the 100 Club | Live review

The Courteeners at the 100 Club
LIVE REVIEW

Led by a bouncer through the baying crowd and making their way to the stage like heavyweight boxers at a championship event - whether purposeful or not – The Courteeners know how to make an entrance. This gritty, intimate but [read more]

Guardians of the Galaxy preview and Q&A with Marvel head producer Kevin Fiege

Guardians of the Galaxy preview and Q&A with Marvel head producer Kevin Fiege

Ahead of the much anticipated Marvel comic sci-fi romp Guardians of the Galaxy on 31st July, those in attendance at a special 3D IMAX preview in the Leicester Square Empire were treated to a tantalising 17-minute glimpse of the movie, and [read more]

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Slotted into the pandemonium of Teh Internet Is Serious Business are the rules of the Internet, little nuggets of [read more]

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This is an apt title for the album as the last few years have seen significant milestones in this rapper’s life, [read more]

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