All posts tagged review

Theatre Review: ‘Summer and Smoke’ by Tennessee Williams.

Rebecca Frecknall’s new revival of ‘Summer and Smoke’ by Tennessee Williams at the West End is absolutely raw and emotionally ravishing. The brick wall at the back of the stage […]

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Review.

Down the rabbit hole we go. I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve spent hours watching Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. It’s safe to say I’m a hardcore fan even […]

Review: Shy FX presents cult.ure @ Omeara

After an incredibly successful debut back in February, Shy FX brought his much anticipated cult.ure series back to London for four weeks at Omeara: an underground near London Bridge. The […]

Exclusive Review of ‘General Magic’: a spellbinding story of Silicon Valley

‘The most important company to come out of Silicon Valley that no one’s ever heard of.’ General Magic tells the intriguing story of the creation and collapse of the revolutionary […]

Mayerling Review – Dark, Dangerous and Utterly Thrilling.

Warning *historical spoilers* will follow! The start of a new academic year for me also means the start of a new season at the Royal Opera House, and first up […]

Exclusive Album Review: ‘Redlight – ACTIVE’

REDLIGHT: ACTIVE  The Review: Redlight’s new album, Active, will be released on November 2nd. In all truth, this superb collection of tracks couldn’t have a better title – the musician […]

From Grammy’s to Oscars and the other way around

If anything, A Star is Born proves the versatility of Hollywood actors. Christina Aguilera played a comparable role in Burlesque, with a voice that is just as insane as Gaga’s, […]

Exclusive Review: Oscar Jerome @ Village Underground

On 25th September, the unsuspecting streetwalkers of Shoreditch were blissfully unaware that below them Village Underground was hosting soul and jazz artist Oscar Jerome for his debut headline tour. The evening […]

Exclusive Review: Pawel Pawlowski’s ‘Cold War’.

An enthralling and beautifully bleak love story. From the very first scenes all the way to the haunting and unforgettable ending, Pawel Pawlowski’s new feature length kept me transfixed and […]