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How the Other Half Loves: awkwardly brilliant

Alan Ayckbourn’s How the Other Half Loves is a farcical comedy that centres around three couples: the posh Fiona Foster (Caroline Langrishe) and her...

Murder On The Orient Express doesn’t run out of steam

Agatha Christie may be one of the finest detective writers of all time but her intricate and dialogue-heavy novels don’t exactly scream ‘gigantic $55...

Hello, hurricane: Switchfoot at the LCR

At Mercy, the ting is going skrrt. At the Arts Centre Marmozets are thrashing out punk-rock jams. At the LCR a near empty room...

The End of the F***ing World: an American style road trip…in...

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Although the genre has become increasingly popular in the last few years, few dark comedies in recent memory place as much emphasis on the...

Play-time with Marmozets: Live at Arts Centre

Openers Queen Zee and the Sasstones show a blend of energy and punk spirit, with a politically and socially charged set; songs such as...

Thrilling: Sam Smith

Sam Smith strikes again! After a three-year break, a haemorrhage, an Oscar, and a series of summer release singles, his 14-track sophomore album has...

Paddington 2: A warm (bear) hug of a movie

Welcome back, Paddington. After three years away, we reunite with the Peruvian-turned-Londoner and the charming Brown family, surrounded by their lovably bumbling neighbours. The...

In my unpopular opinion: The Walking Dead should end

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Adapted from a comic book series, when The Walking Dead came out in 2010 it was hailed as one of the most exciting new...

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