Vivi – Restaurant Review

For those who remember Centrepoint 101 – the bar and restaurant on top of Centrepoint – 33 stories above ground – you’ll remember how great it was, more so the views and the cocktails and less so the food. Well,…

Betrayal Review

Heartthrob Tom Hiddleston shines in Jamie Lloyd’s new production of ‘Betrayal,’ now playing at the Pinter Theatre in London’s West End. ‘Betrayal’ is one of the late Harold Pinter’s more well-known works (from 1978), and it also clocks in at…

Benjamin Film Review

Comedian Simon Amstell has directed and written his first film – it’s called ‘Benjamin.’ He actually also could’ve called it Simon. ‘Benjamin’ follows the life of filmmaker Benjamin (played by the charming Colin Morgan). He is a frustrated, self doubting…

Girl The Film Review

‘Girl’ is the story of a 15-year old boy who feels like he was born in the wrong body. In an amazing turn by newcomer Victor Polster who plays the lead Lara,  ‘Girl’ takes us on a journey of a…

The Twilight Zone

You will travel through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead – your next stop, the Twilight…

Follies

If you are a huge theatre fan, love musicals, and worship the ground Stephen Sondheim walks on, then you’ll love ‘Follies.’ Playing in its second run in two years at the National Theatre, ‘Follies’ is true and pure Sondheim. At…

9 to 5 The Musical

Dolly, no last name needed, brings to the West End the musical of her huge song and hit film ‘9 to 5,’ and it’s a hoot! How could we forget the film, which starred Parton, Lily Tomlin, and Jane Fonda…

The Price

There is a price to pay for everything in life, and in the new play ‘The Price,’ this is true. Now playing at Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End, one of Arthur Miller’s least known plays is a study of…

My Dad’s Gap Year Review

A father and son take an adventure of a lifetime in ‘My Dad’s Gap Year. Now playing at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, ‘My Dad’s Gap Year’ is a hilarious comedy about a father trying to bond with his…

Green Book Film Review

Why is a film called ‘Green Book’? Because it deals with race and black and white relations of America in the early 1960’s. A Green Book was specifically, a guidebook printed for African-American motorists travelling in America’s south with recommendations…

Fab UK team have produced another exciting issue.Featuring Elton Jhon, was taken by Brice Anxionnaz and was nominated as one of the festival’s Best Photo by the Cannes Film Festival organisers.
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