All posts tagged Entertainment

Piano Day at the Barbican

As part of the worldwide Piano Day Festival founded by pianist and composer Nils Frahm, the global, annual festival ‘Piano Day’ will be held for the fourth year at the […]

Molly’s Game Review – Aaron Sorkin Deals a Deft Hand of Screenwriting Aces with His Imperfect yet Ambitious Poker Drama

In terms of contemporary American screenwriters, other than Tarantino, none go more recognised and revered than Aaron Sorkin. Having penned the screenplays for A Few Good Men, The Social Network […]

5 types of Commuters you’ll see this Christmas

As the semester draws to an end, students across the country will be commuting back home to spend the holidays with their families. The Christmas rush is a hectic time to travel, what […]

Let it glow: The Magical Lantern Festival

The countdown to Christmas is officially underway; social media is ablaze with festive-themed posts of Winter Wonderland, Christmas markets and ice skating antics. Oh and of course central London is […]

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review – Less Planet Earth, More Planet Hollywood, in this Amusing and Action-Packed Return to the Jungle World of Jumanji

There’s been a lot of criticism aimed at Hollywood’s habit of rebooting every franchise going. So eyebrows were suitably raised when it was announced that Sony was tackling a sequel […]

The BIG Review: The Black Cat Cabaret.

Naughty. Dark. Funny. These are the three ingredients which make The Black Cat Cabaret a show to remember. When you think of the word ‘cat’, you might think of the […]

John Carpenter, Master of Disguise: Why He’s the Answer to that Classic Question of what Cinema Should Be

There’s that well-known argument between film fans: should cinema be art, or just pure entertainment? Can one be entertained by one of Andrei Tarkovsky’s slow-burning allegories, or find an artistic […]

Kenza

If you are looking for somewhere that serves delicious food and showcases live entertainment, then you need look no further than: ‘Kenza’. Kenza serves authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, […]

You can always depend upon the kindness of stranglers:

I’ve always been obsessed with shows and films that dealt with murder and suspense. I don’t recoil at Criminal Minds and CSI; if anything, the fictional, hyperbolic and at times, […]