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'I wanted to come and see what all the fuss was about and I decided I loved it.'
TV: CLICKBAIT: Abraham Lim / Ben Park
...build up of Ben’s work and commitment to his job, for him this is really his calling.
Theatre: Dear Winnie
Jannah’s face retains a staunchness throughout the production that is engaging...
Book: Atlas Shrugged
This industrial landscape is evident throughout each of Anna & Elena illustrations...
Book: M.V.M. Cappellin Glassworks and the Young Carlo Scarpa 1925-1931
...one can not help but feel moved by...
Film: Shooting the Mafia
It is hard to imagine what this period of life would have been like and how the myth of the Mafia...
Theatre: Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope
... there are wonderful little sparks of what life would have been life for the self-confessed effeminate gay.
Theatre: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill
As her concert continues the songs begin to get much more emotionally difficult for Holiday to finish.
Theatre: Holding The Man
Never shying away from Conigrave’s frankness Murphy manages to weave together the life that Timothy and John...
Theatre: The Glasshouse
Saunders-Singer writing has exposed some truly horrid aspects of WW1 and the effects...
Film: We The Kings
It is impossible not to relate to Jack who is a young man who feels as though he’s drowning.
Theatre: Hot Brown Honey
Busty Beatz articulates through the introduction of what Hot Brown Honey is all about.
Theatre: Burnt Oak
I did, wrongly it turns out, have some doubts about how Leicester Square Theatre’s Lounge world work.
Theatre: They Built it. No One Came
Callum Cameron text is funny, touching and deeply effective which maintains a simple but powerful premise...
Theatre: These Shining Lives
Moore creates a dance towards the end of the play that puts the action firmly placed in a dreamlike state.
Theatre: Between The Cracks
The pseudo-confidence gives the character a sense of invincibility but never takes away her vulnerability.
Art: The Danger Tree
Walking into the exhibition space you’re immersed in Kave Quinn’s intricate, subtle and effective set.
Theatre: Whisky Tango Foxtrot
This is probably not the most unanswerable question as Crookshank demonstrates in her debut hour one-woman show.
Theatre: The Dresser
Michael Taylor’s rotating stage plays a central role in the Foley’s revival making the whole stage come to life...
At times it is exhausting to watch as no matter how negative the situation might be Hirsch remained resolute in his determination.
¡Al igual que los faros salvaron innumerables barcos, CALMA! ahora está actuando como un faro para salvar su vida.
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