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Tori Amos Triumphs At The Royal Albert Hall

Tori Amos Triumphs At The Royal Albert Hall

Backbencher October 5, 2012 2

The enchanting notes of opener Flying Dutchman are underway; the orchestra is in full flow; beautiful lines and chords emit from the central Bosendorfer piano – its silver-green silky suited player looking radiant under

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A different way to enjoy the movies

A different way to enjoy the movies

Lauren O'Callaghan September 28, 2012 0

All at once the spotlights go out; the crowd falls silent and as the screen flickers to life that iconic music starts to play. Cheers, screams and shouts go up from the audience as

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From thrills to giggles ‘Sightseers’ has it all

From thrills to giggles ‘Sightseers’ has it all

Lauren O'Callaghan September 28, 2012 1

The very definition of a black comedy Sightseers will have you laughing out loud the whole way through… even when it’s freaking you out. Sprung from the mind of Alice Lowe and Steve Oram

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‘Jumpy’ manages to avoid all the rotten familial clichés

‘Jumpy’ manages to avoid all the rotten familial clichés

Lauren O'Callaghan September 27, 2012 0

‘You’re ruining my life!’ may sound like a stereotypical teenage response to parental domination, but somehow – miraculously – Jumpy manages to avoid all the rotten familial clichés. April De Angelis has managed to

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