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Sunday film in Britain’s oldest cinema

We spent our Sunday morning strolling around and enjoying our day off, popped into the British Museum, and had lunch and delicious gelato in soho.  426 more words


A Disney Flashmob & Proposal! 

I was asked if I could film a flashmob that would be happening outside the Lyceum Theatre and obviously I wasn’t going to turn it down! 44 more words


Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

O-T Fabenle as Levee, with Giles Terera as Slow Drag CREDIT: ALASTAIR MUIR

O-T Fabenle as Levee, with Giles Terera as Slow Drag CREDIT: ALASTAIR MUIR… 332 more words

Red Velvet Jan.25th, '16

I had seen the play in 2012, when it played at the Tricycle Theatre very off West End and I loved it then. The story of now almost forgotten Ira Aldridge, the first Othello of colour in London, who was run out of town after only two shows, and made it in the rest of the world was gripping and heartwrenching and Adrian Lester, calmly putting white make-up on to play Lear, was an image that rocked me to the core. 309 more words

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Peter Pan goes wrong Jan.24th, '16

Peter Pan. You all know the story. Wendy and her two brothers are “stolen” by Peter, who brings them to Neverland, where they meet the little fairy Tinkerbell, the Indian princess, the crocodile and the pirates, with Captain Hook who tries to capture Peter to exact revenge for his lost hand. 448 more words

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Hangmen Jan.23rd, 2016

On first glance this is “just” a very hilarious comedy. The story of rivalling hangmen, now made obsolete through the abolishment of the death penalty, still bickering about who was better, had more or at least more gruesome perpetrators under the noose is fun to watch from the safety of a theatre seat. 517 more words

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Woman in Black - #ThrowbackThursday

So November 14th 2015, I had the opportunity and pleasure of watching the Woman in Black live in the theatre, and today I am throwing it back to this theatrical experience. 475 more words