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London Film Festival: Wild Rose

Writer: Nicole Taylor Director: Tom Harper Reviewer: Maryam Philpott The BFI has made considerable efforts to celebrate working-class experiences, including a dedicated mini-season on the Working Class Hero at their Southbank home and funding movies that look at the lives of ordinary people from all over the UK. One such project, Wild Rose, has been 10-years in the making, a sweet ...

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Amadeus – Chichester Festival Theatre

Writer: Peter Shaffer Director: Jonathan Church Reviewer: Jeffrey Mayhew In this production of Peter Shaffer’s play some two dozen actors add an operatic quality to what is essentially a chamber ménage à trois between Salieri, Mozart and God. In a ravishing baroque setting by Simon Higlett and costumed by Fotini Dimou to please even the most exacting aficionados of TV ...

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Venice Preserv’d – Paynes and Borthwick Wharf, London

Writer: Thomas Otway Director: Charlotte Westenra Reviewer: Nichola Daunton New company the Spectators’ Guild, aim to do for London theatre what Secret Cinema have done for film. Producer Harry Ross and production designer Helen Scarlett O’Neill have previously worked on Secret Cinema projects so they have experience of sniffing out abandoned or partially constructed venues. For their first outing, a ...

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