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The World Of Extreme Happiness Review – The Shed- National Theatre

I was not quite sure what I was getting myself into when going to watch this production, having read only a small synopsis, because I don’t like to read up too much before I watch More »

The World of Extreme Happiness at The Shed at the National Theatre.

By Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig 25 September – 26 October   For tickets: http://theshed.nationaltheatre.org.uk/   The World of Extreme Happiness stars Katie Leung (Cho Chang in the Harry Potter films) as Sunny in this journey through More »

‘Third Contact’ Premiere at BFI Imax

I was drawn into indie film ‘Third Contact’ by the proactive Twitter campaign by writer, director Simon Horrocks. There was a real buzz about the film’s premiere at BFI Imax, especially considering the films budget More »

Spring Tide: Review

By Carol Vine At The Old Red Lion Theatre Plays seem to come along in pairs. For me this week The Spring Tide followed Trafalgar Studio’s The Pride; both plays focused around a homosexual relationship More »

The Pride: Theatre Review

By Alexi Kaye Campbell Trafalgar Studios http://www.trafalgar-studios.co.uk/The-Pride.html The Pride, which oscillates between relationships in 1958 and the present day, opens in 1958 with the first tense meeting between Oliver (Al Weaver) and Phillip (Harry Hadden-Paton), More »