Emma Townley, Marketing Manager at Harbour Lights, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation.
Norwegian director Eskil Vogt’s drama Blind is an absorbing and subtle dark comedy, full of wry humour. 283 more words
The announcement by the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield that they have been denied ‘on date’ bookings for films distributed by Artificial Eye/Curzon Film World is an example of a trade practice known as… 895 more words
The bar at Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse has been privy to a great many extraordinary sights – from short film nights with BAFTA award-winning duo The Brothers McLeod to Q&A sessions with directors and actors, to live music performances from extremely talented bands and poetry readings by published authors. 707 more words
We are delighted to announce the Royal Opera House 2015–16 season!
Starting with Prokofiev’s gloriously romantic Romeo And Juliet in September, we will be welcoming six ballets and six operas in spectacular high definition on the big screen, live from Covent Garden in London. 1,485 more words
We’re excited to present Bring a Bottle, a live stand-up comedy show for parents and babies!
Jessica Pidsley graduated from RADA in 2009 and has been creating her own work, as well as working in theatre, TV, film and radio, ever since. 359 more words