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Film Review: Pebble and The Boy – In UK Cinemas from – Friday 27th August 2021

As soon as I saw (and heard) the trailer for this film I had a feeling it would be an emotional road trip kind of film, what I didn’t expect was the strong emotional context behind the journey that really punctuated every decision that the main character, John, played by Patrick McNamee made. Also the...Read More

Theatre Review: Dragons and Mythical Beasts – Regents Park Open Air Theatre – 13th August – 5th September 2021

Embarrassing as it is to admit, but I live pretty close to the Regents Park area and although I call myself a theatre blogger, I have not managed to attend a performance at this venue. I always wondered what it would be like and although a regular visitor to the park, I have never ventured...Read More

Theatre Review: Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain – Part Five! – Apollo Theatre – 29th July – 28th August 2021

Seriously, I don’t know anyone, who doesn’t love the Horrible Histories TV series, no matter what age they are! So many times I’ve watched an episode and wondered why history lessons in school weren’t as entertaining as this?….It would be amazing if all history school teachers had the skills of this talented cast? Take a...Read More

Theatre Review: Breakin Convention – Sadlers Wells Theatre – 3rd & 4th July 2021

After a strange year of no live theatre and dance, Breakin Convention presented an amazing hybrid show of live a pre-recorded performances from across the world this month. As well as world-class dance crews and soloists, the 2021 programme featured films from Breakin’ Convention’s latest initiatives Power to the Pixel and Next Day Delivery –...Read More

Theatre Review: Billionaire Boy – Garrick Theatre – 17th July – 22nd August 2021

You may be aware of the fantastically funny children’s book, Billionaire Boy by David Walliams, which has already been adapted into a film. If not, you’re certainly missing out, but, you’re in luck as it has now been adapted to the live stage and is even more hilarious with songs and chorography added to heighten...Read More

Film Review: My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To – Out on Digital 28th June 2021

This is one of those films where the trailer doesn’t really do it justice, in my opinion. On first glance, it seems like quite a quiet, slow-paced film, but don’t be fooled, a lot of content can’t be shown due to spoilers and you appreciate the lack of details in the trailer once you’re having...Read More

Theatre Preview: The Bridge Presents – The House of Bernarda Alba – at The Cockpit Theatre – Thursday 24th – 27th June 2021

Performed and produced by graduating students of The Bridge Theatre Training Company, this show is about female oppression. The play follows Bernarda Alba, as she puts her 5 daughters on a strict mourning period of 8 years, after the death of her second husband. It sounds interesting and as you some of you may know,...Read More

Theatre Review: Death of A Black Man – Hampstead Theatre – 28th May – 10th July 2021

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this play when I first heard about it, but I was intrigued by the title and assumed it would be a typical tale of police brutality, highlighting racial injustice in the 1970’s – how wrong was I? Synopsis Written by Alfred Fagon, the playwright who now has an...Read More