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Stage Dragon Review; The Weir – Yvonne Arnaud

by Tricia Marcotti Conor McPherson wrote this play in 1999, winning an Olivier award for Best New Play the same year. He has continued to write more plays which have…

Film Review: Justice League – Guildford Odeon

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd Yet another superhero movie hit our cinema this weekend. It follows the standard format of undefeatable villain of the week threatens the world only to be defeated…

Stage Dragon: One Night In November At The Electric Theatre

by Tricia Marcotti The Electric Theatre is presenting a play by Alan Pollock called One Night in November and staged by the Guildburys Theatre Company this week until Saturday, November 18.…

Stage Review: The Real Thing At The Yvonne Arnaud

by Tricia Marcotti The Real Thing was written by Tom Stoppard in 1982 but is easily as relevant today as it was when first performed. Now on at the Yvonne Arnaud…

Film Review: Murder on the Orient Express

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd Since 1974 there have been at least five major productions of Murder on the Orient Express, so how do the makers keep the latest incarnation fresh and…

Stage Review: Around the World in 80 Days – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp Direct from the West End and nominated for both the UK Theatre Awards Best New Production and the Manchester Theatre Awards Best Show for Children and Families,…

Film Review: Thor – Ragnarok

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd The latest offering from the Marvel universe, Thor Ragnarok, sees the return of Thor, as brought to life by Chris Hemsworth. Aimed at the 12-year-old audience, the…

Film Review: The Death of Stalin – Guildford Odeon

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd The Death of Stalin has been created by Armando Iannucci and David Schneider. You can expect the foul language and biting dark humour of Iannucci’s various television…

Stage Review: The Legend of King Arthur – Guildford Shakespeare Company

By Alice Fowler “How will they do the dragon?” asked my 11-year-old son, as the Guildford Shakespeare Company’s new production, The Legend of King Arthur, began. A fair question, given…

Stage Review: The Wipers Times

By Alice Fowler Not often is a production at the Yvonne Arnaud sold out from the night it opens. Those lucky enough to have nabbed seats for The Wipers Times,…

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