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Operation Black Antler – Southbank (Secret Location), London

Writer: Neil Fleming Director: Jem Wall Reviewer: Mike Wells There’s something quite sexy about being a spy. Or at least that’s what Hollywood would have us believe. It’s a world of martini cocktails and black ties, debonair double-agents and alluring femme fatales. They play a game to which the rules are universally known, and they do so willingly. However, the ...

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Operation Black Antler – Home, Manchester

Writer/Directors: Matt Adams, Richard Hahlo, Jem Wall, Ju Row Farr, Nick Tandavanitji Reviewer: Matt Forrest The chances are if you utter the words “Forget about it” in a faux Italian accent, someone within ear shot will reply “Forget about it” back, such is the appeal and fondness for the 1997 film Donnie Brasco, which saw Johnny Depp go deep undercover ...

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FEATURE: My Neck of the Woods plays out at the Royal Exchange

Feature by Tracey Lowe The Royal Exchange’s ‘Truth About Youth’ programme is doing some fantastic work. It is inspiring young people to engage with their community, and challenge negative perceptions that people may have about the younger generation. Funded by the Co-operative Foundation, the Royal Exchange facilitates a number of events that gives young people the tools they need to ...

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