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Review: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour What the feck is this show?

Reviewed on 31st May 2017

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour is a show that asks a lot of questions which are all important to understand and appreciate the production that is different to anything I have seen in theatre therefore to review this show I am asking and answering a question of my own. 752 more words


How The Duke of York’s made me think Eurovision isn't Garbage!

I’ve always felt the Eurovision Song Contest was a pile of piss. Countries voting politically for seemingly pointless points as ninnys and wrong’uns belt out ‘tunes’ that would make any person lobotomise themselves! 474 more words


Sunshine Review

The Duke of York’s grand old age of 107 years is apparent as you walk into the Picture House’s miniature carpeted vestibule, where usual cinema fare, such as popcorn, is available but with the added option of a civilised glass of wine. 500 more words

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Women Over 50 Film Festival

Women Over 50 Film Festival (WOFFF) submissions work on a very simple principle: if a short film has a woman over 50 either at its centre on screen or as part of the creative team, then the film’s eligible. 801 more words

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'The Glass Menagerie' at Duke of York's Theatre

Fresh from an acclaimed run in Edinburgh and New York, the ‘Let The Right One In’ and ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ director John Tiffany’s visionary production of Tennessee Williams’ lyrical twentieth century classic, ‘The Glass Menagerie’, has landed in the West End at Duke of York’s Theatre for a couple of months with a cast comprising Cherry Jones, Kate O’Flynn, Michael Esper and Brian J. 361 more words


Alternative Film Guide for March

Jackie Brown (Quentin Tarantino 1997)

A follow-up to Pulp Fiction, this gritty comedy boasts a star-studded cast including Samuel L. Jackson and follows the dilemmas facing a stewardess caught up with a shady bunch of drug-dealers. 221 more words

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Free Fire Review

It’s safe to say that I’m proud to be from Brighton. So when I heard that Ben Wheatley’s new film Free Fire had almost entirely been shot from a warehouse in Brighton, I knew I had to see it. 286 more words

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