26 8 / 2014
Cancer is always a difficult subject, we’ve all suffered because of it, whether it has affected us or our loved ones. When we heard about a young lady here in Portsmouth who was giving up her time to organise a fundraiser for cancer research we wanted to help spread the word. Below organiser Jessica Hunt-Harding explains the event in her own words. Please read and spread the word!
27 5 / 2014
23 3 / 2014
21 2 / 2014
Puppets can be funny. They can be educational and (in the case of Avenue Q), they can be filthy too. But can they truly move you?
I’ll be honest I’ve long harboured doubts about War Horse. It’s been a hugely popular ticket in London for years, but then so has Mamma Mia… But unlike the latter show, War Horse spawned a movie that’s actually very good!
17 1 / 2014
29 12 / 2013
Coriolanus is probably in the second tier of Shakespeare plays, the ones you’ve heard of and know a little bit about but probably haven’t seen (unless you have the Ralph Fiennes version on DVD and, unlike me, have actually watched it). I know that I went into last night’s performance with the impression of a play about a man who might be a hero to the people but cannot bring them to love him.
07 12 / 2013
24 11 / 2013