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The Wind In The Willows Review

The Wind in the Willows written by Kenneth Grahame and first published in 1908 was a childhood favourite of mine growing up. Especially the 1983 stop motion film which holds a special place in my More »

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Sandcastles at the Bob Hope Theatre Review

Oh! I do like the be beside the seaside! I do like to be beside the sea! Picture this: a quentissential British beach in summer. Blue skies, sea stretching out to the horizon, the pier, More »


National Theatre’s Common Review

Set in rural middle England in the early 1800s, DC Moore’s Common is a dark play dealing with mysticism, folk horror, incest, prostitution and the emerging industrial revolution. It features a committed and commanding performance More »

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Bob Hope Theatre Presents Sandcastles


Twitstorm Review

The premise for Twitstorm is this ‘Guy Manton is a national treasure, the much-loved host of a caustic television panel show, until a throwaway remark is inadvertently shared with the whole world, and before Guy More »

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