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FILM REVIEW: Eaten by Lions

Writer: David Isaac, Jason Wingard Director: Jason Wingard Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Representations of inter-racial families on screen are still few and far between, and while this was much more common in the 1980s, the last 30-years has felt like a step backwards in terms of the image of the Britain we all really know. And where those experiences do exist, ...

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The House That Stank Of Death – The Lowry, Salford

Writer/Director: David Isaac &Peter Slater Reviewer: Jo Beggs We’re welcomed to the show by Randolph Tempest, just one of the characters that local actor and comedian Peter Slater slips into tonight. Like a low-rent Alfred Hitchcock he ‘presents’ an evening of spooky tales, delivered by the ‘remaining four members of the cast, the rest of whom mysteriously disappeared’ – cue ...

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JB Shorts 12 – Joshua Brooks, Manchester

Writers: Peter Kerry &James Quinn, Jane McNulty, Trevor Suthers, David Isaac, Martin Jameson, Carôle Solazzo Directors: Malcolm Raeburn, Paul Blinkhorn, Matthew Bloxham, Justine Potter, Trevor MacFarlane, Joyce Branagh Reviewer: Stephen M Hornby JB Shorts is always a solid offering, drawing as it does from an invited set of television and radio writers. There are six 15 minute plays, all by ...

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Greater Manchester Fringe: The House That Stank of Death – Satan’s Hollow, Manchester

Writer/Director: David Isaac and Peter Slater Reviewer: Tracey Lowe [rating:3.5] One of the many brilliant things about Fringe festivals is that some wonderful spaces are turned into theatre venues. Nightclub Satan’s Hollow is certainly dramatic enough to fit the bill; with faces coming out of the walls and other terrifying surprises. This is a highly appropriate venue for horror-comedy, ‘The ...

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