• Other Saoirse Ronan to star as Lady Macbeth
    In recent years Saoirse Ronan has established herself as a leading lady in film. Some notable highlights include her Oscar nominated roles such as Jo March in Little Women, Christine in Lady Bird and Eilis Lacey in Brooklyn. But does her lack of stage work make her casting as Lady Macbeth concerning? Absolutely not. There […]
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  • News French 18-year-olds given €300 culture pass
    French 18-year-olds are to be given €300 to spend at cinemas, theatres, museums, or on books. Should the move – dubbed as a ‘culture pass’ – be replicated in Britain? Given that cinemas and museums have been among many industries shut down in both countries, the potential boost in income from young people could be […]
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  • Other Review: Marron Theatre Arts
    Have you ever thought about dancing or theatre as a hobby? I have been dancing at Marron Theatre Arts for eight years and I love it. With the training here, you get the skills you need to become a great dancer if you’re willing to put the work in. You also learn skills even if […]
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  • Editorials Best Songs from Musicals
    Musicals are one of our favourite things the world these days. From productions of Mamma Mia! to The Lion King to Les Misérables, there are some absolute bangers to come out of musicals too. But what are the very best songs from musicals? We’ve narrowed it down to our top seven. 1. They Live in […]
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  • Editorials Musical Theatre: is the Golden Age over?
    Musical theatre is a very controversial topic. Some people believe it isn’t as relevant as it was in what is called the ‘Golden Age’. But is this really true? No. Over the past couple of years, new musicals have been made which have made it big – and fast. For example, musicals like Hamilton, which […]
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  • Reviews Theatre Review: The Mentor
    F Murray Abraham, despite a long and enduring career in film which has yielded him an Oscar, an Emmy nomination, and world wide acclaim, has spent a great deal of his time in the theatre. He’s performed in Macbeth, Richard III and The Merchant of Venice. He now turns his hand to The Mentor, a […]
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  • Reviews Theatre Review: ‘Jane Eyre’
    The Charlotte Brontë classic Jane Eyre has seen many film adaptations since its initial publishing in 1847. Perhaps best known is the 2006 BBC adaptation, which won three Emmys and was highly praised for how true it stayed to the original novel. The National Theatre production of the much-loved classic achieved a similar accomplishment, managing […]
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  • Reviews ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ Review
    The Play That Goes Wrong is an Olivier Award-winning comedy which recently began its 2017 tour of the UK. It’s been widely critically acclaimed and received hugely positive appraisals since it began its time in the West End in 2015. It’s a very physical play, and very silly, but the one or two very clever […]
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