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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‚Äôs 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 »

The Rave Diaries I, II & III

So ever since chatting to my older cousin Little Hil (Ironic?) last summer about her time in London, I’ve been itching to get to one of those renowned raves! In my head I envisaged a More »

A Breakfast Club in the Evening

You know when summer comes, the sun’s shining & the weather is sweet? Well unfortunately due to the standard ‘British summer’ at the time of this review that had not happened yet. Athena and I More »

Lights, Camera (Backyard) Action! The Backyard Cinema chaps return

As a fan of the big screen, I’m taking full advantage of the ‘pop-up cinema’ epidemic that seems to be feasting on London.So far one of my fave offbeat film nights had been hosted by More »