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Review: Stepping Out at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

We all love a good underdog story, so it’s no surprise that Richard Harris’ 1984 comedy Stepping Out continues to pull in audiences over 30 years after its first performance. 578 more words

London Theatre

GAH!!!!!!!!!

Telling myself it’s like this every time, doesn’t help. Because I don’t remember what the other times were like. I guess it’s a bit like childbirth. 458 more words

Black Dog Diary

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)

Plot: Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) is due to return to Hogwart’s for his second year of magic school, but a surprise visit from an odd elf named Doby almost derails him from his lessons. 621 more words

A Look Back: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

It’s a story as old as the hills. A young child grows up perpetually persecuted by their family – or family substitute – dealing with all sorts of horrors that will involve years of therapy as an adult – or perhaps a best-selling memoir if they happen to be literary-minded. 724 more words

Movie Reviews

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)

Plot: Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) has grown up in the care of his extended family, but endured countless incidents of neglect and even abuse, treated like an indentured servant and forced to live in a cubbyhole under the staircase. 588 more words

Richard Harris "The Yard Went On Forever"

First of all I’ve got about five Richard Harris albums, which is four or five more than normal people. It’s hard for me to explain his appeal to me—I guess it starts with him not being afraid to be way over the top, even ridiculous, and without irony, or if there is irony, a very convoluted version of it. 1,271 more words

Volcanic Duality

“I believe that truth has only one face: that of a violent contradiction.”
― Georges Bataille

I’ve always enjoyed the mythology of the Roman god Vulcan.

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