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In Review: The Unsociables

The Unsociables Congratulations to Director Louise Ingham, writers Steve Fairclough, Jack Hathaway, Ann Wilson and Lawrence Wilson and the entire D...

They’re off! Hill and Dale series under way

The annual Hill and Dale series of mountain and cross-country races got off to a flying start on Thursday night in Castlewellan. The series of twel...

Brenda Morgan art exhibition at library

An exhibition of paintings, a notable cut above the usual fare, is currently on display in Newcastle Library. The work, primarily in oils, comes fr...

Florence and the Machine – review

Hackney Empire, London

Film Review – Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

Being a fan of Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy and The Orphanage), I always reserve a high level of anticipation for any new or plan...

New council website… and sneak preview at HU12 Online… Map_icon

HU12 REVIEWS the new East Riding of Yorkshire Council website which is being developed. It seems very good! You can find the Review at Try out ...

In Review: We are Three Sisters

Northen Broadsides' production of Blake Morrison's new play We are Three Sisters, directed by Barrie Rutter, which focusses on the lives of Charlot...

The Talbot Country Inn Shrewbury Review

Read Louise's review of The Talbot Country Inn, Ruyton XI Towns after she popped in with her husband and friends.

Film Review – The Troll Hunter (Trolljergeren)

I’m a huge fan of world cinema, even though I don’t get the chance to watch as much as I did in my uni days.

Film Review – Friends with Benefits

Mila Kunis has been recently proving she possesses more talent than her voice acting gives her credit for, with both Forgetting Sarah Marshall and ...

Film Review – Tinker Tailor Solider Spy

There's no point avoiding the obvious so I might as well address it straight away: I have been so excited about Tinker Tailor Solider Spy.

Review: Julie M @ Crescent Theatre Studio

Julie M is a modern translation of the Swedish playwright Strindberg’s European classic Miss Julie. I’ve never managed to see it previously des...

Kreayshawn – review

The Old Blue Last, Shoreditch, London

Theatre Review: All Because Of Molly, New Continental

The infrastructure investments the Continental have made this year in lighting, seating and curtaining have greatly improved its amenity for theatr...

Photography review: Postcards from Preston

I first met Bernie and Jo at one of Preston’s monthly Flickrmeets and what struck me immediately about them was their passion for art and pho...

Film Review – Cowboys and Aliens

The mere title of Cowboys & Aliens is enough to draw attention to it.

Review: Shakespeare Double Bill @ The Old Joint Stock Theatre

Just when you thought everybody was off acting themselves silly at the Edinburgh Festival, the Purple Cast have snuck into the heart of Birmingham ...

Film Review – Captain America: The First Avenger (3D)

Like the many other Marvel movies this year, I couldn’t wait for Captain America: The First Avenger.

Review: Tubers Music

Tubers Music, a monthly night of experimental music held at St. Margaret’s Church, Whalley Range promotes experimental and improvisational music ...

Film Review – Super 8

I have an odd relationship with Steven Speilberg. I acknowledge that he is pretty much a genius, but sometimes he does miss the mark.

Olympics Aquatic Centre – review

Zaha Hadid's London 2012 Aquatic Centre hasn't come cheap at £269m, but it is the Olympics' most majestic space

Cabot Court Hotel – your views

Cabot Court Hotel opened its doors to the public last week and we would like to hear your thoughts on the bar/hotel. So whether you had a meal, sta...

Radio review: Hackney Podcast

A cacophony of local voices made this haunting fiction of London after The Flood come alive

George Wyatt: Shadows of the Damned

Shadows of the Damned is the result of a collaboration between two of gaming's highest profile auteurs, Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil, PN03) and Sud...

Review: Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra @ Lichfield Cathedral

It was a stirring sight to see Lichfield Cathedral so packed for the closing concert of the Lichfield Festival – a visit from the excellent Bourn...

Review: Carol Ann Duffy: A Poem for the City @ Lichfield Cathedral

Last by year’s visit by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy was one of the smash hits of the 2010 Festival. It had an unexpected spinoff too, because a...

Review: Withering Looks @ Lichfield Garrick

It’s summertime again in lovely Lichfield, and who are these smiling, slightly-suntanned summer-clad hordes milling about the streets with comfor...

Review: Crooked Fiddle Band @ Lichfield Garrick

The Crooked Fiddle Band are one of those groups that seem to effortlessly blend all genres together to come up with something new and completely or...

Review: Dark Angel @ Lichfield Garrick Studio

A bare set with books strewn across the floor, a pumping soundtrack by The Smiths and The Clash, a boy with a poem scrawled on his chest… this ne...

Art exhibtion lights up Mile End

A Tower Hamlet’s council arts event has attracted more than sixty artists from across the capital in a bid to encourage artists to the local are...

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