Theatre Review: Richard The 2nd at The Barbican

Theatre Review: Richard The 2nd at The Barbican

Much attention has been given to David Tennant’s 80s glam rock locks but it is his playful, enjoyably spontaneous and glorious portrayal of a King in demise we should all be focused on. Tennant gives an exhilarating performance as King Richard the II in the RSC’s latest offering at the Barbican. The Barbican’s grand theatre […]








 

Interview with Screenwriter Steven Cutts on the Hackney-based film “Adieu Marx”

Interview with Screenwriter Steven Cutts on the Hackney-based film “Adieu Marx”

Screenwriter Steven Cutts  has written a new low-budget film inspired by his own true story from his wild school days called ‘Adieu Marx’,  which will have its premiere in Hackney on the 27th of October.  ‘Adieu Marx’ was mostly shot in Hackney during the very eventful Olympic summer of 2012 and concerns the lives of five 20 […]








 

Jennifer Essex on her own unique Dance background and her collaboration with the Poise Performance Company

Jennifer Essex on her own unique Dance background and her collaboration with the Poise Performance Company

  Jennifer Essex is a contemporary dancer and choreographer who works across the artistic spectrum from film, fashion to physical theatre.  She is currently working with the Poise Performance Company on a unique retelling of Oscar Wilde’s ‘Dorian Gray’ which will open on the 7th of October at The CLF Art Cafe aka The Bussey […]








 

Film Review – ‘Blue Jasmine’

Film Review – ‘Blue Jasmine’

  Woody Allen is back with his latest film, Blue Jasmine, his New York/ San Fran tale of these current shaky and uncertain economic times we are living in. Cate Blanchet shows off her acting chops in this role as Jasmine, the over-privileged Manhattanite whose entire world comes crumbling down around her when she suddenly […]








 
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