Film Review: Burning Sands

‘It is Easier to build strong children than repair a broken man’.

This quote […]

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Film Review: Finding Fatimah

 

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Finding Fatimah is romantic comedy about a guy who is about to turn thirty and is desperate to get married. Due […]

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Film Review: The English Patient

Extensive, connecting and rather gasping emotionally, The English Patient is a respectable, intellectual but less than […]

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Film Review: Hidden Figures

“This film is about unity. We stand here a proud actors thanking every member of this incredible guild, for voting […]

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Film Review: Beauty and the Beast

The 2017 remake of the 1991 animated musical presents a manservant who dances with […]

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Game Review: Call of Duty

 

Before I get into the whole debate on whether or not the idea of […]

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Theatre Review : Bend it Like Beckham

The multi-award winning film, Bend it Like Beckham, starring Keira Knightley and Parminder Nagra by Gurinder […]

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Book Review: Norse Mythology

Whether you grew up with the stories of the Norse gods or just heard their names […]

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Book Review: Number 11

Following a decade of Thatcherism, Jonathan Coe was left clearly less than impressed with the state in […]

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Book Review: The Noise of Time

 

 

‘He did not give a fuck. Let others argue about that; his only concern was to get […]

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Book Review: We Come Apart

‘As they grow closer, their secrets surface like bruises. And as the world […]

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Theatre Review: Twelfth Night

Simon Godwin’s production of Twelfth Night is light-hearted, well performed and extremely […]

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Film Review: Get Out

 

 

Jordan Peele, producer and director of Get Out pushed the boat out on his debut 2017 […]

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Event Review: Harry Potter 8 Film All-Night Marathon

“Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only […]

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Book Review: Hold Back the Stars

Science fiction explores our world, but as though through a looking glass, where […]

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Event Review: Films Sacred and Profane: Jordan Belson Retrospective

On February 28th 2017, the BFI in London hosted […]

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Theatre Review: ‘Spotlight on the Writer’ presents Flanaganza

 

 

Irish playwright and TV writer Alan Flanagan presents a series of short plays […]

Book Review: Love From Boy: Roald Dahl’s Letters to His Mother

 ‘P.S. Please send my riding breeches as soon as possible. Also a pot […]

Film Review: The Shack

Normally when I think of religious films or books, I cringe internally expecting […]

Book Review: Norse Mythology

“Before the beginning there was nothing – no earth, no heavens, no stars, no sky: […]

Theatre Review: Fire in the Machine

I went to see a show called Fire in The Machine directed by […]

Theatre Review: See Me Now

 

 

Eleven sex workers share their real life stories in this powerful production of verbatim theatre directed by […]