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A lyrical if slightly bewildering viewing experience, A Woman’s Life (Un Vie) is adapted by Florence Vignon and director Stéphane Brizé from the Guy de Maupassant novel.
Anokha is an elegant City venue, but does the food live up to it..?
ZU-UK’s Binaural Dinner Date asks ethereal questions about whether unconditional love exists and if it is indeed possible to fall in love on the first date.
A bizarre, bonkers and brilliant hour of fin-clapping fun at New Diorama Theatre from new artists Red Cape Black Cape. Read the full review.
★★★★ In Conversation with Standard Issue w/ Sarah Millican, Alex Jones, Katherine Ryan and Mickey Noonan
Standard Issue Magazine have a lot to say. What better way to say it than with five women on stage, five mics and an open conversation?
A poignant exploration of a father-daughter relationship, disguised as a comedy about attending your own funeral.
We review the most intriguing films from the 2017 London Film Festival programme – including Mudbound, Call Me By Your Name, The Shape of Water & MORE!
Frau Welt, a marvellous melange of drag cabaret…
The spectacular Bregenz Festival is held in Austria every year and this is your chance to experience Carmen on the Lake whilst slurping coke and munching popcorn at your local cinema.