Tag - quench culture

Culture Theatre

Matilda | Theatre Review

★★★★★
Words by Mel Lynch
Based on the book by the infamous Roald Dahl, Matilda the Musical has arrived at the Millennium centre with an explosive...

Culture

The Origins of Halloween!

By Gwenddolen Woebking
Halloween originated from Celtic harvest festivals such as Samhain, which celebrating the end of the summer cycle at the end of October...

Culture Theatre

The Island | Review

★★★★★
Words by Manjeevan Kaur
Athol Fugard’s The Island captures a bold image of apartheid in South Africa. The intricate relationship between John...

Comedy Culture Theatre

Murder for Two | Review

By Emily Stanton
★★★
The clue is in the title when it comes to this murder mystery comedy musical. Two actors smartly play all 14 characters in the two...

Books Culture

Hackney Child | Book Review

By Mel Lynch
★★★★★
Doing a degree that requires weekly reams of readings, I’m ashamed to say has resulted in the recent realisation that it’s...

Culture Theatre

RAF Centenary Concert | Review

By Abbie Rands
★★★★
From the moment we enter the auditorium to a stage illuminated by soft blue lighting and filled with chairs from edge to edge, I...

Culture Theatre

Lord of the Flies | Review

Featured Image Credit: Sam Taylor
★★★★
By Lottie Ennis
Lord of the Flies is a classic story depicting the brutal savagery committed by some castaway...

Culture Theatre

2023 | Theatre Review

By Mel Lynch
★★★★
As a first time visitor to Chapter Arts I arrived optimistic about the quality of production I was set to view. For nearly half a...

Culture

Ocean Film Festival 2018 | Review

By Ilona Cabral
★★★★★
Touring over 35 locations across the UK and Ireland in September and October, the Ocean Film Festival World Tour has splashed...

Culture Theatre

La Traviata | Opera Review

By Mel Lynch
★★★
This Autumn, the Welsh National Opera has a taken over our beloved Millennium centre, so naturally it would be rude not to check out...

Culture Theatre

War and Peace | Review

By Ilona Cabral
★★
David Pountney’s new production of Mendelson and Prokofievs Operatic version of War and Peace is certainly interesting. Honestly, even...

Culture Theatre

Rain Man | Review

By Mel Lynch
★★★★
Bringing the highest grossing film of 1988 to the stage is no easy job, but with the direction of Jonathon O’Boyle it was...

Culture Theatre

Review: You Win Again

By Rachel Nurse
★★★
You Win Again: Celebrating the Music of the Bee Gees is a must-see for hardcore Bee Gees fans and for those who enjoy a good old...

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