Coming Soon on DVD… The Program

One of sports biggest scandals is brought vividly to life in the film The Progra, which arrives on Blu Ray and DVD on the 15th February. Inspired by the book Seven Deadly Sins by David Walsh, The Program tells the story of how Lance Armstrong, one of cycling’s success stories was actually one of its biggest cheats… Read More

Top Five Burt Bacharach Songs

As Close To You continues its West End run, what could be considered the best five Burt Bacharach songs ever written?  5. Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head – most commonly associated with the film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, this song went on to win an Academy award for Best Original Song. It’s a… Read More

Chris Addison to Make Royal Opera Debut in L’Étoile

Comedian and actor Chris Addison is to star in the Royal Opera House’s production of French opera L’Étoile from the 1st to the 24th February it has been announced.  Addison’s comic acting role, Smith, has been newly created by director Mariame Clément to provide stereotypical English commentary on events happening in the opera. L’Étoile (The Star) is a comic… Read More

First Glimpse…Of Things Not Seen: A Year in the Life of a London Priest

Over the last twelve months, photographer Jim Grover has been shadowing his local vicar Kit Gunasekera at work and this latest series of photographs bring to life what it means to be a Church of England Minister working in a south London community today.  To create the series Of Things Not Seen:A Year in the… Read More

Preview: Feast, Clout Theatre @Battersea Arts Centre

The physical theatre company bring their acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe show to London which looks at our attitude towards food throughout history.  Clout Theatre  will be delivering their history on food from the 2nd to the 6th February at the Battersea Arts Centre, serving it in three chapters: breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is a wordless and… Read More