Love, Question Mark - Theatre review by Bianca Lorena

‘The only difference between prostitution and those who sell themselves into marriage is the price and length of the contract’ Simone de Beauvoir

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The Magdalene Sisters - Film review by Bianca Lorena

A true story of four young Irish women growing up in a Magdalene asylum in 1960’s Ireland.

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Dirty Dancing - retro film review by Kathy Cakebread

It’s the 1960’s the era of The Beatles, the freedom revolution of the Pill and it is the year Baby (Frances) discovers love.

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Bombshells theatre review at the Henley Fringe

Corrine Carlisle

Bombshells
Henley Town hall, the Chambers

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4

Theatre review - Snow White by Filskit in association with Quirkas

The children in the audience are enthralled...the story moves from stage to screen at an exciting pace.

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4

Music review - Kate Bush Director's Cut

Kate Bush “For some years I had wanted to revisit a selection of tracks from the albums ‘The Sensual World’ and ‘The Red Shoes’. Keeping the best original performances from the musicians but stripping out the tracks, adding new scenes and textures before sewing it all back together, it has become something of a director’s cut but in sound – not vision..."

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Laugh Out Proud - Comedy review

'Laugh Out Proud' is Reading's Gay friendly comedy night. The show on Saturday 16th October 2010 was hosted by Fringe Report Award winning Rosie Wilby. Headlined by, Tom Allen, featuring Shelley Cooper and Julie Jepson.

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