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David Hare’s Skylight highlights how things have changed since he wrote it…

Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy on stage together – being able to watch two big names in Portsmouth, I mean, what’s not to like? National Theatre Live at the Vue Cinema on 31st July gave us that. In fact, it’s … Continue reading

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Punchdrunk’s “The Drowned Man” – Review by Matt Wingett

We were tipped out of a darkened lift into more darkness, a handful of audience members about to experience Punchdrunk’s cult offering, The Drowned Man. I came to a parking lot strewn with recently vacated film studio caravans, each filled … Continue reading

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