Category Archives: Reviews

Reviews of films, music, food and other interests of mine

Essential Elements, St Bride’s Gallery, Liverpool

Essential Elements, currently on display at St Bride’s Gallery, is part of the Independents Biennial – the long-standing fringe event to the Liverpool Biennial. The space is exquisite; much like the recently reopened Old Blind School on Hardman Street which currently houses the group … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Grosvenor Park

The summer has sadly come to an end, and with it the bumper season of excellent theatre at Grosvenor Park. Following the fantastic performance of The Comedy of Errors a couple of weeks ago, I decided to test the waters of tragedy, … Continue reading

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The Comedy of Errors, Grosvenor Park

  Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre know how to do comedy, that’s for sure. Last summer, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to attend A Midsummer Night’s Dream (review here), and this time around for The Comedy of Errors, that magical … Continue reading

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Tell me more about… Chester Film Co-op

On the bustling city centre high street that is Chester’s Northgate, you will find the area’s very own secret cinema. Chester Film Co-op, on the site of the old Odeon complex is a recent addition to Chester’s somewhat sparse contemporary … Continue reading

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Syn-dro.me Sessions 2.0: State-Free State of a.P.A.t.T

Venturing into a venue you’re not familiar with can be daunting at the best of times. Imagine stepping not only into a different building, but a whole new ‘state’, where your photograph is taken, your name checked and your personal … Continue reading

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Washing Line Productions: The Surgery

Promenade Theatre meets Cabaret in this darkly comic satirical performance. Last Sunday I waved goodbye to the sunshine to step inside The Surgery; a fictional practice within the bowels of the Kazimier, brainchild of writer and director Jennifer Moule and co-writer Alexa … Continue reading

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Liverpool Biennial Opening Weekend

A Needle Walks into a Haystack Exhibition, 2014. Photographs by Mark McNulty. On Thursday 3 July, Liverpool Biennial 2014 opened to the press and arts professionals from around the world, with the doors thrown open to the public just two days … Continue reading

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