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Hamlet - Barbican Centre - review

After more than a year of waiting, I’ll get right down to it: this is a top-notch Hamlet. Benedict Cumberbatch is compelling, a fascinating presence on stage offering a thoughtful and fresh interpretation of the character: a Hamlet of intense feelings, lightning-quick ideas, and a surprising amount of humor. 1,919 more words


Mr Turner

Running time: 2hr 29min
Rated: 12A
Genre: Drama
Showing at: ‎13:10‎ ‎16:30‎ ‎19:50‎
Starring: Timothy Spall, Paul Jesson, Dorothy Atkinson, Marion Bailey, Lesley Manville, Karl Johnson, Ruth Sheen… 121 more words

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REVIEW: National Theatre Live - Frankenstein

The shining star in the firmament of the National Theatre Live cinema broadcast series, such is its draw that three years on from its original theatrical staging, audiences are still clamouring for tickets to these limited re-screenings of Frankenstein. 407 more words


A GIVEAWAY and Decor Inspiration

I do love a classic black and white silhouette.  I have two in my house of my kiddos when they were tiny tots.  Every time I look at them I remember the moment they were created.   389 more words

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“The Tempest” (1979) - Movie Review

The weirdness in Derek Jarman’s 1979 adaptation of The Tempest is something that could attract people and repel them at the same time. This is the kind of movie that’s obscure enough and bizarre enough to deserve a “cult” status. 1,070 more words


Making a Silhouette Memory

You would think that I lived in California with how often people around here went to Disneyland. It’s pretty expected to be in Disneyland in October to see the place packed with University of Utah and BYU sweaters lining Main Street waiting for the parades. 241 more words