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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]

Invincible at St James | Theatre Review

Invincible at St James
THEATRE REVIEW

The most astonishing thing about this fantastic production is that a matter of weeks ago Orange Tree Theatre had its bed of funding swept from under its feet just as the new artistic director Paul Miller took over. The Arts Council removed [read more]

Slow Club at Rough Trade East | Live review

Slow Club at Rough Trade East
LIVE REVIEW

There’s a lot of hype about Slow Club right now. Hailing from Sheffield, Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor formed in 2006. Last night they released and performed tracks from their new album Complete Surrender at Rough Trade East. The [read more]

Finding Vivian Maier | Movie review

Finding Vivian Maier
MOVIE REVIEW

“We all choose what we want the world to know about us. And yet in the end we can’t help but reveal ourselves.” So says Charlie Siskel, co-director of Finding Vivian Maier – a film that explores this concept with unexpectedly [read more]

Incognito – Amplified Soul | Album review

Incognito – Amplified Soul
ALBUM REVIEW

If you’re an aficionado of the jazz-funk genre, chances are you’ll be aware of Incognito and their gift of being able to fabricate smooth and funky summertime tunes. So needless to say, their new album Amplified Soul is no [read more]

Laura Jeanne at the Barfly | Live review

Laura Jeanne at the Barfly
LIVE REVIEW

Armed with nothing more than an acoustic guitar and her melodic, bell-like voice, singer, songwriter and fashion designer Laura Jeanne climbed the rudimentary stage of Camden Town’s the Barfly and began performing a series of her own [read more]

Agnes Obel at Somerset House | Live review

Agnes Obel at Somerset House
LIVE REVIEW

Somerset House is a perfect environment for Agnes Obel’s ethereal classical music, her haunting sound floating across the open air on a balmy summer night. An eclectic mix of people make up the crowd showing that Obel has managed to [read more]

Kodaline at Somerset House | Live review

Kodaline at Somerset House
LIVE REVIEW

Formally known as 21 Demands before changing their name to Kodaline, the four-piece Irish group headlined a sold-out Friday night slot at a rather rainy summer series at Somerset House. The boys have been playing together since they were [read more]

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