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George Orwell’s masterpiece and classic socio-political statement novel is no doubt one of the most challenging pieces of literary fiction to be adapted to stage. A collaboration between Headlong Theatre and the Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company, this really was an … Continue reading
With a string of Oscar, BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations, I feel it’s about time I gave my opinion on this year’s dark horse in the awards race. Having thought from the trailer that this David O. Russell feature looked … Continue reading
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Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr Fox is exactly as advertised: fantastic! Never before has this level and ingenuity of animation been seen by cinema audiences, and Anderson’s exceptional directing talent brings a fresh and innovative style to the classic children’s tale, making it … Continue reading
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