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Summer in February - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


A period drama in which a woman decides between slightly boring but dependable, and a talented, slightly erratic, artist.

Trigger Warning(s): Scene of attempted rape… 803 more words


NEWS: Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2016 Longlist Announced

The newspaper has today confirmed the longlist for this year’s awards, with Billie Piper, James Norton and Ralph Fiennes among those nominated. Here is who has been nominated in some of the biggest categories – and predictions!  556 more words

Review: The Libertine @ Theatre Royal Haymarket **

Following in the style of a Restoration farce, The Libertine opens with a Prologue from our libertine himself the Earl of Rochester. Acknowledging his charming disposition, he warns the ladies (and gentlemen) against falling for this smoothness: ‘You should not love me. 553 more words

Warcraft: The Beginning (2016)

Directed by Duncan Jones, starring Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, Ben Schnetzer, Toby Kebbell and Ruth Negga. An Orc horde is moving from planet to planet via a magical portal consuming everything in their path until they arrive at the planet Azeroth and meet resistance from humans. 905 more words


The Libertine: Stephen Jeffreys


(Theatre Royal, Haymarket, 22 September 2017)

It is the age of Restoration: of rakes, rogues and wenches, frock coats, billowing cuffs and absurdly large periwigs. 1,247 more words


Film Review | Warcraft

Warcraft is actually a decent film. It knows it’s a decent film and has the potential to be great but instead it’s too lazy to go the extra mile and as a result lets itself down and falls short of its true expectation. 437 more words


The Libertine at The Theatre Royal Haymarket

Last week I was invited to catch the new west end production of The Libertine starring Dominic Cooper.

Having no idea about the story, (nope, I haven’t even seen the Johnny Depp film of the same name) I decided to do a little bit of research before I took my seat for the show. 287 more words