Emma and Sonic the Hedgehog film reviews

The new film ‘Emma’ – based on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel – is about a rich young woman who sees her friends all around her falling in love. But does Emma want love? Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, who plays Emma with…

Parasite film review

Yes it’s true about all the hype surrounding the South Korean film ‘Parasite’ – it’s funny, dramatic, and very very different, and it sticks to you like, well, a parasite. Director Bong Joon-ho, who wrote the screenplay with Han Jin-won,…

Quezon’s Game Review

It’s the 75th anniversary of the Holocaust, and there are necessary tributes and memorials being held across the world. There are also television and film tributes being shown, but if you can, please include ‘Quezon’s Game’ as a must watch.…

Four Play Review

The seven (and a half) year itch rears its ugly head for one gay couple in the new play ‘Four Play’. Now playing at the Above the Stag theatre until February 22, 2020 – Rafe (Ashley Byam) and Pete (Keeran…

National Cafe Review

Tucked inside the National Gallery is the National Cafe which is serving amazing food at realistic prices in a very very central location. Peyton & Byrne’s venture is a definite winner. The food is what you’d expect from a restaurant…

Evita Review

One of the biggest, best and most well-known of shows Evita has made another return to London. Evita, which has been around since 1978, tells the story of Eva Peron (a/k/a Evita) who was the wife of Argentine President Juan…

Pasta Nostra Restaurant

Excellent tasting homemade pasta and very very reasonable prices? It’s Pasta Nostra. Only open for a couple of months, Pasta Nostra, located on a strip of Old Street between the station and Goswell Road, in an area that sorely needs…

Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show

The life of Jean Paul Gaultier is told in a very unique style at the Southbank in a show appropriately called Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show. And what a show it is! Ever since JPG was a little boy…

The Night of the Iguana Review

The Night of the Iguana was never really Tennessee Williams’ best work, and a new theatre production in London adds very little to it. Now playing at the Noel Coward Theatre, movie star Clive Owens plays defrocked priest Reverend T. Lawrence…

Only You Film Review

A contemporary romantic drama starring Laia Costa and Josh O’Connor, from first-time filmmaker Harry Wootliff. ‘Only You’ was shown as part of the London Film Festival’s First Feature Competition. Elena (Laia Costa), 35, and Jake (Josh O’Connor), 26, meet by…