Theatre

After watching the actual last duel in director Ridley Scott‘s latest epic, The Last Duel, it should be mandated in every studio contract that he be brought in as a consultant on all fight scenes that have jousting and swordplay. It’s an incredibly choreographed battle that is the cherry on top of this gritty, gory
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They saved the best for last. In No Time To Die, Daniel Craig‘s last outing as 007, we get to see a more human side of James Bond (finally). His past, and time, have caught up with him and it’s a more reflective version of the super spy then we’ve ever seen. When we last
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Happy October! This is my absolute favorite time of year, and I always find myself blasting the same shows again and again to get myself in the spirit. Here are ten of my favorites! 10) The Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride Okay, so I’m cheating on #10. The Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride
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What strange magic Agatha Christie used when creating her characters and storylines continues to this day. Whilst not yet as long-lived as The Mousetrap, the other famous Christie play, Witness for the Prosecution, first hit the stage in 1953 and returns now in the post-covid-restriction era in a most unusual but utterly fitting setting –
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As a fan of the original Sopranos TV show, which ran on HBO from 1999 to 2007, I was eagerly awaiting The Many Saints of Newark, series creator David Chase‘s prequel to the long-running series. Prequels are odd types of beasts, having to retro-fit a plot to perfectly match what came before. And make it
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Ah! It’s good to step out and breathe fresh again, isn’t it? With the return to life of London’s theatres, Rock of Ages has bounded back onto the stage. As an award-winning and iconic musical, hopes were high for this new UK tour, which leaves the New Wimbledon Theatre on the 25th of September. Packed
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One of the most common discussions I always hear around community theater is whether or not voice lessons are worth it. And my answer to that is ABSOLUTELY YES.  Now, I know that is a very bold statement, however I’m not telling you that you have to go find a voice teacher right now and
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Based on the 2007 film of the same name and subsequent book by Jessie Nelson, Waitress is back after a premature closure in the West End at the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Thankfully, it returned to the New Wimbledon Theatre on 4th September and will continue on a UK tour from 11th September. Like
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