Monthly Archives: February 2014

Refugee Boy @ Queen Elizabeth Hall (Southbank Centre)

We all strive for that place we call home. They say that home is where the heart is. However, what happens when your so called sanctuary becomes a place of political unrest…


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The Secret Life of You and Me @ The Ovalhouse Review

In a generation where every living moment is documented on social media sites, it can be very easy to take the value of photographs and memories for granted. In a fast paced and immediate technological world that we know live in, Lowri Evans The Secret Life of You and Me offers a much more authentic alternative…

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The Merchants of Bollywood @ The Peacock Theatre Review

The Bollywood film industry is a million dollar empire that has seen the likes of Amitabh Bachchan to Aishwarya Rai grace many a screen. An aspirational career for many, hopefuls flock to the bright lights of Mumbai for the chance to gain their lucky break…

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97 Years @ Battersea Arts Centre Review

Approximately 800,000 people within the UK are diagnosed with Dementia, an illness that affects the memory, communication and empathy. Jo Hellier‘s 97 years is a conversation between herself and her grandfather as she attempts to unlock his fondest memories…


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