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THEATRE REVIEW: Red starring Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch


WHERE: Wyndhams Theatre

WHEN: 5/5, press night 15/5, runs to 28/7/18

There’s a sense of unfinished business about this production which opened at the Donmar in 2009, transferred to Broadway where it won six Tonys but never made it to the West End. 265 more words


The Art: What Do You See?

from Red
a Play by John Logan

ROTHKO.    What do you see? (Ken is about to respond—) Wait. Stand closer. You’ve got to get close. Let it pulsate. 351 more words


Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Dir. Tim Burton
Premiered December 3, 2007

This is going to sound weird, but this is the hardest review I’ve had to write for this project. 594 more words


Paradise Lost Prologue Script Reaction - Episode 4 - Yutani Podcast

Courtney @traviandesigns and Clara @muthur9000 share their reaction to reading the Paradise Lost Prologue Script. Discussing the evolution of The Crossing and what may have transpired between David and Shaw and why Shaw decided to go to Planet 4. 157 more words


Bond 25 questions (Danny Boyle edition)

Ever since Deadline: Hollywood’s story last week about how Danny Boyle may direct Bond 25 if the idea he and scribe John Hodge are developing is used there are new questions. 522 more words

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NEWS: Trailer Released for Michael Grandage's Production of Red

A new trailer has been released for Michael Grandage’s upcoming production of Red, playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre from the 4th May. 

Based on the original Donmar Warehouse production, this new production of John Logan’s play is the first revival in the UK since Michael Grandage originated the premiere at the Donmar in 2009. 207 more words

What we couldn’t say during bikie trial

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FORMER Bandido bikie Peter Mauric has been found guilty of lying under oath about whether he knew a rival gang member on the night of the infamous Broadbeach bikie brawl. 5,612 more words

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