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Edinburgh Jazz Festival 2014: Conal Fowkes - Woody Allen & Jazz

Conal Fowkes – Woody Allen & Jazz, Tron Kirk, Thursday July 24th ****

It was a sign of how elegantly thought-through his main solo jazz festival concert was that Conal Fowkes kicked off proceedings in his Woody Allen-themed evening with the tune I’ve Heard That Song Before, one of the numbers that open Allen’s 1986 masterpiece Hannah and Her Sisters – and a title that summed up the fact that we were going to hear a programme of music familiar from its association with the great New York filmmaker. 190 more words

Concert Reviews

Woody Allen films

Regardless of his personal life it cannot be denied that Woody Allen is among the greatest director’s of all times.  He had some major flops with movies like… 83 more words


A Coalescence of Fear

I suppose this fear I’m about to mention is innate to us as humans, but it is evasive, as we force it to be, since during the times that it does cross our minds, we find ourselves blanketed in unbearable dread and agitation. 2,855 more words


Line(s) of the Day #MichaelCaine

It might mean I’d get more scripts without other actors’ coffee stains on them.

Sir Michael Caine, when asked what effect winning the Oscar (for his performance in Hannah and her Sisters) would do for his career.

Alex Raphael