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Road: Interviews on the red carpet

Road: Interviews on the red carpet

A new documentary about the dangerous and daring sport of road racing, Road centres around Northern Ireland’s notorious road racing family, the Dunlops. This film is not just for road racing fanatics – the story of the Dunlop boys, [read more]

Is your credit rating fit for summer?

Is your credit rating fit for summer?

With the summer well and truly upon us, you may be thinking about splurging on a new car (convertible perhaps?) or a holiday in the sun. If you don’t have the money upfront to pay for these luxuries you may also be considering taking [read more]

Our Fathers at Battersea Arts Centre | Theatre review

Our Fathers at Battersea Arts Centre
THEATRE REVIEW

“They fuck you up your mum and dad/They might not mean to, but they do” wrote Philip Larkin, neatly expressing the often fraught, complex relationships we hold with our parents. For Mark, Bert and Sophia it’s their fathers that are [read more]

Quietly at the Soho | Theatre review

Quietly at the Soho
THEATRE REVIEW

Poor Robert the barman just wants to watch Poland, his home country, beat Northern Ireland in the football match on tv, but regular punter Jimmy has other plans for his lonely pub that evening. Football and barman alike are rapidly muted [read more]

Ed Atkins at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery | Exhibition review

Ed Atkins at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

While Marina Abramović is busy with one of her long durational performance art pieces at the Serpentine Gallery, where the central elements of the composition are the human bodies that randomly shift through the exhibition themselves, [read more]

Walking on Sunshine premiere: a chat with the cast and directors on the red carpet

Walking on Sunshine premiere: a chat with the cast and directors on the red carpet

Set on the beautiful beaches of the Italian coastline, Walking on Sunshine is a musically-infused romantic comedy featuring hit songs from the 80s. Starring Annabel Scholey, Hannah Arterton and singer Leona Lewis, it promises to be a film [read more]

Sean Scully: Kind of Red at the Timothy Taylor Gallery | Exhibition review

Sean Scully: Kind of Red at the Timothy Taylor Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The understanding that abstract painting has intellectual, emotional and even spiritual content is one well accepted, however contemporary painters who succeed in inducing genuine awe from an audience are a rarity. Born in Dublin in 1945, [read more]

Romeo & Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall | Dance review

Romeo & Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall
DANCE REVIEW

Choreographer Derek Deane has triumphed with this ballet version of Romeo and Juliet. Where words play no part, the use of costume, music and lighting serve to convey the fluidity and evolution of emotions perhaps better than words. A [read more]

Kina Grannis at The Tabernacle | Live review

Kina Grannis at The Tabernacle
LIVE REVIEW

In sunny Notting Hill the castle-like Tabernacle lies in a back yard, hidden behind a group of houses: if you don’t know it’s there it can be easily missed. Beautiful Kina Grannis plays a show here tonight for her short summer [read more]

Marina Abramović: 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery | Exhibition review

Marina Abramović: 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

When Marina Abramović performed her now-legendary performance art piece The Artist Is Present at the MOMA in 2010, visitors queued up for hours in order to have the opportunity to sit before the famous artist and look into the face of a [read more]

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