Bradshaw says ‘..The Waterloo Road, leading to Waterloo Bridge, is a broad but ill-built thoroughfare..’.About half-way down, on the eastern side, is the Victoria Theatre, 214 more words
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In a week where everyone is talking about the release of the Fifty Shades of Grey film (did anyone actually like that book? I haven’t read any of them and have no plans to do so or to see the film but it seems to have inspired unmitigated loathing everywhere. 216 more words
Old Vic/Tricycle Cinema, 7 Dec 2014
Set in late seventeenth-century Massachusetts, The Crucible brings dramatic life to the horrors of a community-wrecking witch hunt. A crafty and charismatic young woman, Abigail Williams, is incited to create mischief when honest John Proctor jilts her and returns to his young, sickly but unswervingly upright wife. 450 more words
As a general rule, I am not much of a gusher. At times though, I am reduced to a quivering blubber of awe-struck mess.
There is little I can say about Kevin Spacey as Clarence Darrow which has not been said before – a performance for the ages, cementing Spacey’s reputation as being one of the finest of all time, a one-man tour de force and all. 251 more words