A Guide for the Homesick: Theatre Review

I had NO idea what A Guide for the Homesick was about – I literally went to see it because I knew I would see Douglas Booth in the intimate space of Trafalgar Studios’ Studio 2.

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Loving Vincent: LFF Film Review

Loving Vincent is an extraordinary visual masterpiece that has to be seen to be believed. It is the first entirely hand painted film, everything you see onscreen is a pencil drawing or an oil painting on canvas in the style of Vincent van Gogh.

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Top Films for September 2017

You know what time it is! It’s the start of the month which means it’s time for me to look ahead to the cinema releases coming our way over the next few weeks.

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The Limehouse Golem: Film Review

I didn’t know an awful lot about The Limehouse Golem except it starred Douglas Booth and Bill Nighy (enough reason to watch any movie) and it’s certainly not what I expected from a Victorian murder mystery but I enjoyed it very much.

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Speech and Debate: Theatre Review

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Patsy Ferran, Douglas Booth & Tony Revolori

I bought tickets to Speech and Debate solely because of Douglas Booth but during the show, I soon forgot about him in favour of Patsy Ferran, who was the star of the show.

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BAFTAs 2016: Gossip & Picture Gallery

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Last night I had the absolute privilege to report from the 2016 BAFTAs. This is such a big deal to me  – I’ve watched the ceremony for years, been down there as a fan three times and only stopped that because I had to report on the broadcast from home. And this year I was there myself working surrounded by celebs and people who love film, and I was not going to waste this big opportunity. Read inside for all the info:

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Top Films for February

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It’s the start of a new month which means my usual ‘what to watch’ list. Most of January’s list was comprised of the U.K. playing catch up with releases that had been out in the U.S. for months – but in February we finally get some actual 2016 movies like Deadpool and Zoolander 2. YAAAAY! Here’s my run-down of February highlights:

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Douglas Booth & Lily James: Apple Store Q&A

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Last night the cast of absolutely nuts period drama/zombie slasher Pride and Prejudice and Zombies came to the Apple Store in London’s Covent Garden to chat about the movie and here are all my pictures of the stars Douglas Booth, Lily James, Jack Huston and Bella Heathcote.

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Top Films for 2016

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2016 has well and truly kicked off so what better time to look at the movies coming up in the year ahead and get excited about some the releases to come?

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Jupiter Ascending: Film Review

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My expectations were seriously low from the beginning as the trailer didn’t excite me and recent reviews haven’t exactly been glowing. I agree with the majority that this is absolutely mental and weird but if you let yourself drop the cynicism, you will find yourself seriously enjoying it.

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