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CD Review: Arielle Jacobs – A Leap in the Dark

Reviewer: Holly Spanner Currently lighting up the Broadway stage ­­­­as Princess Jasmine in Disney’s Aladdin, A Leap in the Dark is the debut solo album from actress Arielle Jacobs, recorded live at 54 Below. Throughout the album, Jacobs shares her ups and downs of making it in the industry, in this autobiographical one-woman show. I'll be safe and wanted Fin'lly ...

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Trainspotting – Kings Head Theatre, London

Writer: Irvine Welsh Adapted for stage by: Harry Gibson Directors: Greg Esplin, Adam Spreadbury-Maher Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty   Glow sticks? Yes please. Not that there’s really a choice here. Walking into a room already filled with dry-ice, heavy bass and pilled-out ravers is the kind of thing that makes you really want a glow stick anyway. After the performance has ...

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CD Review: Michael Ball – If Everyone Was Listening

Reviewer: Holly Spanner Racking up an incredible 19 studio albums, If Everyone Was Listening is the latest offering from double Olivier Award Winner and multi-platinum recording artist Michael Ball. The album itself contains 15 personally chosen tracks which Michael has chosen as a reflection of his personal choice in music. As such, this is an album very close to his ...

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Angel and Now We Are Pope – The London Theatre, New Cross

Writer: Martin Foreman Director: Martin Foreman Reviewer: Jon Wainwright Martin Foreman has written and directed two short one-man plays (combined they come in at under two hours with an interval), each of which stands alone as a distinct and intriguing story, and both of which share some weighty themes. Since the characters themselves are deeply religious men, their preoccupations — ...

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