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Borg/McEnroe – Reviewed by Jamie


You’re probably thinking; “a biopic film about tennis, not exactly...


Borg/McEnroe – Reviewed by Jamie

Thursday, October 12, 2017

You’re probably thinking; “a biopic film about tennis, not exactly my cup of tea” and not to fear, you are most certainly not alone. Yet there is much more to this film than meets the eye. The film doesn’t require you to be an avid fan of tennis or even to have heard of the rivalry between sporting icons Björn Borg and John McEnroe. Instead, the film successfully captures your fascination through adopting the form of a gripping character study on two of the biggest and most conflicting personalities in sporting history. The film revolves around Borg and McEnroe’s struggle...

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show – reviewed by Jamie

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

It would genuinely be a struggle to find someone who hasn’t heard of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and for a good reason too. This raucous musical is camp madness at its best. Being a Frankenstein like mismatch of comedy and horror, one could not find a more fitting film to watch in the spirit of Halloween. A much-loved cult classic, this movie screams absurdity from the opening credits alone. Threaded throughout with ghoulish themes and songs to roar at the top of your lungs it’s a Halloween experience unlike any other. Tim Curry takes the iconic lead as Dr....

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Art Space

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Once again we are delightful to host the exhibition- new series of drawings by Michael Cook in the Art Space from 6th-31st October 2017. He has drawn and painted as long as he can remember. Generally his visual diaries are in Indian ink and water based mediums. In his own words: ’Most of my sketches are done ‘on the hoof’-in a few moments of snatched hesitation…I very rarely use photos.’ Free Entry

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