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Holby City: A kitten, a birthday and a loose cannon

(Series 16, ep.21)  Keller has acquired a new little wing which was temporarily dubbed the “Tressler Neurological Wing,” as it was funded by… 625 more words


Waterloo Road: Barry Barry booted out

(Series 9, Ep.10)  I’ve absolutely loved this term at Waterloo Road. There were so many barking mad highlights – the magic mushrooms, the Mandarin teacher who spoke Mandarin less well than Kevin Chalk, Grantly Budgen being poetried to death, Kacey’s boxing ambitions, Verruca’s unfortunate selfies, Barry keeping Sue Spark’s pupils in check… it’s been eventful. 990 more words


Waterloo Road: Life during wartime

(Series 9, Ep.8)  With this episode, Waterloo Road gave up any pretence of being a “contemporary drama series set in a challenging comprehensive school” as the… 744 more words


The False Corpse: Fringe Review

WC’s strangely disturbing production is a bold attempt at considering the darker side of the life of a comedian contemplating self-destruction following a growing displeasure with his life and work. 117 more words


Review - Dick Whittington and his Cat - Lyric Hammersmith

I was a bit stuck for panto options in the Boxing Day – New Year’s break this year. Originally I was supposed to be in Inverness, and was going to see the Eden Theater’s production, but the travel chaos threw my plans topsy-turvy and suddenly I was in London with nary a ticket bought! 619 more words

All the Glamour of the theatre

Nottingham in the 1960s is usually exemplified by the black and white world inhabited by Albert Finney in Saturday Night And Sunday Morning. However, Stephen Lowe’s latest comedy returns to the 1966 of his own youth, and shows a city on the brink of a sudden burst into Technicolor. 192 more words