Main menu

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:   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 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 »