Sunday, May 20, 2018

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Crimson Peak

REVIEW: Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak, a film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro (co-writer Matthew Robbins), was released in cinemas on October 16th, just in time for some great Halloween spooks and scares. The film consists of...
The House Robots for Series 10. From Left to Right: Dead Metal, Sir Killalot, Matilda, and Shunt.

Robot Wars is BACK with season 10

Destruction and chaos return to our tv screens as Robot Wars Series 10 begins! The arena has been reinforced, and the roboteers have been prepping their robots, making sure their weapons and fighting strategies are...
Cirque Berserk Piet-Hein Out - Tel 0031612574451 -

Theatre Review: Cirque Berserk at The Mayflower, Southampton

Circus in a theatre, I know it sounds weird and the question of 'how does that work?' pop into your head. It certainly did when I first saw that Cirque Berserk was coming to...
Sweeney Todd, Mayflower Theatre

Sweeney Todd at the Mayflower – A Bloody Success!

Evangela Fischer & Ruairí Burton review Sweeney Todd at the Mayflower. Third time is the charm, so they say, and that just might be true for director James Brining, putting together his third production of the...

Standing ovation for Blood Brothers at the Mayflower

Marti Pellow and Maureen Nolan lead the way in this emotionally entrancing performance that hit the south coast with a bang on the 10th November this year. Blood Brothers connected us all as fate...

FILM REVIEW: Geostorm (2017)

A series of satellites around the Earth were built to control the world’s weather and climate, and to prevent destruction from events such as flooding and drought. When the satellites start going wrong, its...

Derren Brown ‘Miracle’ Review

Derren Brown’s latest ‘Miracle’ tour is nothing short of its namesake. Having always been a bit of a sceptic of all magic and illusions myself, the opportunity to finally attend one of Mr. Brown’s shows,...
Anything Anything Mayflower Southampton

ANYTHING GOES: “If you weren’t attracted to her you wanted to be her.”

After 80 years since it was originally conceived, Cole Porter’s classic production of Anything Goes sails its way to Southampton’s Mayflower Theatre, stunning its audiences. This new production of Anything Goes, set on ocean liner...

Review: Chicago at The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

Being a fan of the film Chicago and all of the songs included, I was excited to see it performed on another platform when it came to The Mayflower Theatre this week. Curious and...
A scene from Puccini’s “Manon Lescaut” with Karita Mattila in the title role (center). Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera

2014’s Most Controversial Plays

As a student going to the theatre is usually the last thing that you want to do.  In my mind it usually involves a bunch of men in tights singing songs that my parents have...



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