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Padmavati Scheduled for Release After Controversial Ban

The world of cinema in the last century has paved its way into the very definition of modern art with beautiful cinematography, memorable dialogue and mesmerising scores. Two of the leading film industries are Hollywood and Bollywood, with…

Movie Review: Star Wars Episode VIII

After almost a month of release on the box office, The Last Jedi has managed to generate over $1.205bn worldwide to the excitement of Star Wars fans both young and old. Despite always loving the originality that is George Lucas’ space opera,…

TV Review - Dark

Netflix has without a doubt dominated the small screen in the last couple of years; releasing titles in batch production every month as more and more people invest in the streaming service around the world. Netflix has produced award-winning…

Theatre Review#3: Saint George and the Dragon

This is a metaphorical stage of a Folktale st George and Dragon. Joined to one of National theatre’s workshop hosted by its assistant director, I looked into how the well-known epic became a performance. The plot is composed of three…

Theatre Review#2: HAIR THE MUSICAL at The Vault

There is a theatre swallowing you an underground maze. ‘The Vaults’ is an art-space situated in tunnels under the Waterloo station. Now it presents musical Hair (50th Anniversary) directed by Jonathan O'Boyle. The premiere was created…

Movie Review: Justice League

After watching the train wreck that was Suicide Squad in late summer last year, I told myself that it wouldn’t get any worse than this for the DC Extended Universe. I was wrong. Choppy editing, a restrictive run-time and 2-dimensional…

Theatre Review: The Lorax at The Old Vic

The Lorax (@The Old Vic), directed by David Greig with music and lyrics by Charlie Fink, is a stage adaptation of the children's book of the same title written by Dr Seuss (1971), as well as the big-hit British animation movie 'Dr. Seuss' The…

Hamilton: Coming to London

"How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten spot in the Caribbean by providence impoverished in squalor, grow up to be a hero and a scholar?" One might think that the aforementioned lyrics…