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The Hundred-Foot Journey | Movie review

The Hundred-Foot Journey
MOVIE REVIEW

Helen Mirren stars with Om Puri as two restaurateurs who rival for the attention of a sleepy French village in this warm and cordial culture clash confection. Om plays Papa Kardam, a headstrong and somewhat unruly family man from India who [read more]

Knocked for Six | Movie review

Knocked for Six
MOVIE REVIEW

Knocked for Six is an Australian comedy about a group of cricketers who go on tour in India. Inspired by true events, the film follows Teddy, the president of an amateur cricket group, who brings his team to India to play in a tournament. [read more]

M F Husain: Master of Modern Indian Painting at the V&A | Exhibition review

M F Husain: Master of Modern Indian Painting at the V&A
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The gallery tucked into a far corner of the Victoria and Albert Museum that houses M F Husain: Master of Modern Indian Painting feels almost akin to a temple, which certainly fits with the atmosphere of these monumental paintings. [read more]

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Jonah and Otto at the Park | Theatre review
Jonah and Otto at the Park

Jonah and Otto is a new play by established playwright Robert Holman,. It’s an exploration of loneliness, loss [read more]

The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess | Theatre review
The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess

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Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter | Theatre review
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Notes from Underground at The Print Room | Theatre review
Notes from Underground at The Print Room

Imagine old musty philosophical musings written and performed with a kind of introverted g-force that winds its [read more]

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