If you like your cinema to be perfectly – or even very competently – put together, this is not the film for you. However,if you are looking for an easy, lightweight story, with some great songs and a big heart, then look no further. It’s not an Australian Dreamgirls, but it is great fun. In cinemas from 02 November 2012.
The new BBC eight-part drama series Ripper Street is set to hit British and Irish airwaves this autumn, with promotional clips already being broadcast on the station’s ‘original drama’ advert.
Paying to see Hit and Run may feel like a donation to the Dax Sheppard and Kristen Bell foundation for wealthy engaged couples who like to spend their working hours together and drive fast cars on set.
Pillowtalk’s production must be admired for tackling this particular play, and applauded for executing it with a matching vigour.
Mark Kozelek demands a lot of the listener but is a vital guitarist and a must see in concert.
Dry The River are a band to watch over the coming months, with their newest material leaving no doubt about their talent and evolving sound.
Everyone there were in great spirits, the food was good, the acts were better and the venue was perfect.
Atmosphere-wise it was celebratory and euphoric, with Morrissey’s stronger-than-ever vocals towering over everything.
The festival offers a fantastic blend of music styling, most frequently a funk-folk and rock blend. It’s unique design clearly the result of lots of hard work by organisers.
A fast-paced, constantly evolving, and achingly funny performance.