Review Round Up: The Light Between Oceans

Derek Cianfrance directs Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender in this adaptation of ML Stedman’s novel. But what have critics thought of it?  The Guardian: ** “it’s a pacing issue, a tendency to wallow and to drag out scenes.” Den of Geek: **** “The Light Between Oceans is a tearjerker that moves just a little more… Read More

REVIEW: The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection, Tate Modern

This new exhibition in Tate Modern’s new switch House space is a real celebration of how photography can be used for artistic and dramatic effect.  Concentrating on the first half of the twentieth century, considered to be the “coming of age” period for photography, this straightforward and intriguing exhibition explores modernist photography through the extraordinary… Read More

REVIEW: Saving Jason, Park Theatre

Peter Quilter’s new comedy looks at what it means to have an addiction in a very intimate production.  What lengths would you go to try and prevent your child going down a dangerous path? Well in the case of Linda and Trevor Gedge, they go as far as hosting a pretend funeral for their son… Read More