Sunday, July 12, 2020
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REVIEW: You Forgot the Mince

The last time I left the theatre completely overwhelmed was in 2014 after National Theatre's The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable. For their latest production...

Canute’s Plastic Army – Building Walls (EP)

The Gig Monkey Review An acoustic guitar and a voice can commit many musical crimes. They can also be something glorious and exhilarating. Canute’s Plastic...

Willie J Healey presents: People and their Dogs

by Tobias Baughan Oxfordshire musician Willie J Healey’s debut, People and their Dogs is an album to get excited about. It’s also an album title...

Our Editor tells you why Buffy The Vampire Slayer is the best TV show...

Screen Grab - A TV column by Jamie Hill  It’s about time I let you all know that I’m a bit sad. I’ve been writing this TV...

The Coconut Tree, Oxford – luscious Sri Lankan street food, superb ‘cocotails’

Before heading out on a minor bar crawl up Cowley Road, I made the adult decision of grabbing some food first. Conveniently situated just a...

REVIEW: I was Hooked by Peter Pan

Tuesday was the opening night of Wyvern Theatre's 2017 Panto, Peter Pan, and it got off to a flying start. The Wyvern Theatre was transformed...

Review: Ben Marwood is back with new album ‘Get Found’ – heading out on...

By Dan Buckingham Having put his musical career on hold a few years back to treat illness, Reading’s favourite son Ben Marwood is back with...

Music review: The Blinders – “the brave new world we’ve been waiting for”

I’d been waiting for this gig for months - I imagine this is how weird people feel about Christmas. After seeing The Blinders back in...

FILM REVIEW: Follow the Crows

Last weekend saw Swindon-based director, Alex Secker, premiere his first feature length film Follow the Crows. Shaw Ridge’s Cineworld was packed out with guests, cast,...

REVIEW: Tiffins Buffet, Swindon

If I was stuck on a desert island and a genie suddenly appeared from a washed up bottle and granted me the traditional three...
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