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Run Fatboy Run – Movie Review

Distributor: Entertainment Film Distributors (UK) & New Line Cinema (United States)Production Companies: Picturehouse & Material EntertainmentDirector: David SchwimmerProducers: Sarah Curtis, & Robert JonesScriptwriters: Screenplay by Simon Pegg...

The Quarry

The Quarry proves homage to all the great monster movies of the 80s. With a return to...

Billionaire Boy – Theatre Review

Show: Billionaire Boy Location: Empire Theatre, Liverpool Date: Wednesday 16th June 2021 Time:...

Review: Until Dawn

(Source: Playstation) When talking about horror games from the past decade people often bring up the heavy hitters...

Spree Movie Review

Spree (Kotlyarenko, 2020) Distributor: RLJE FilmsProduction Companies: Forest Hill Entertainment, DreamCrew, & SuperBloom  Director: Eugene KotlyarenkoProducers: Matthew Budman, Sumaiya Kaveh, Eugene Kotlyarenko, &...

How to Train Your Dragon (DeBlois & Sanders, 2010) Movie Review

Distributor: Paramount PicturesProduction Companies: DreamWorks Animation   Director: Chris Sanders & Dean DeBloisProducers: Bonnie ArnoldScriptwriters: Will Davies, Chris Sanders, & Dean DeBloisMain...

Review: Downton Abbey: A New Era

(Source: Radio Times) Downton Abbey: A New Era is the second film released based on Julian Fellowes’s acclaimed...

The Script Greatest Hits Tour Review – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

Once again, humility and sincerity projects as loud as their music at The Script's third night of their Greatest Hits Tour in Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena. Genuine love and appreciation for their fans defines this band and paired with first-class musicianship and high-energy performance, seeing The Script live is fuel for the soul.

The Rocky Horror Show Review – Empire Theatre, Liverpool

Where to begin! Maybe three F words wouldn't be out of place... Freaky, Filthy and Flamboyant. The Rocky Horror Show opened at Liverpool's Empire Theatre last night and boy was it colourful!

Monster Hunter (Anderson, 2020) Movie Review

Distributor: Screen Games (Worldwide), Constantin Film Verleih (Germany), Tencent Pictures/Huaxia Film Distribution (China) & Toho-Towa (Japan)Production Companies: Constantin Film, AB, Digital Pictures, Tencent Pictures...

Anaconda Movie Review

Distributor: Sony Pictures ReleasingProduction Companies: Columbia Pictures & Cinema Line Film Corporation  Director: Luis LlosaProducers: Verna Harrah, Carol Little, & Leonard RabinowitzScriptwriters: Hans Bauer, Jim Cash &...

Bigger Than Broadway Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Bigger Than Broadway is a fast-paced journey through the fantastic hits of Broadway shows. A must if you're a musical theatre fan.

It Must Be Love Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

It Must Be Love is especially enjoyable for those who may wish to delve into the significance of sex for a relationship in a humorous manner.

At Home Song Review – Island Of Love

The rising indie band Island Of Love has just dropped their new single, At Home, and it's one for you to immediately add to your playlists.

Mamma Mia! Review – Empire Theatre, Liverpool

I would thoroughly recommend you go and see Mamma Mia! This fun-filled, feel-good factor show continues at Liverpool's Empire Theatre.

The Definitive Burt Bacharach Songbook Review – Epstein Theatre, Liverpool

Between the performances, the music, the songs and the legacy of its subject, The Definitive Burt Bacharach Songbook ticks all of the boxes.

Music Of The Night Review – Epstein Theatre, Liverpool

Music Of The Night at Liverpool's Epstein Theatre is a must-see show, especially for those who truly love the art of music itself.

What’s Love Got To With It? – A Tribute to Tina...

What’s Love Got To Do With It? A Tribute To Tina Turner is a musical feast of song and dance fit for any lover of soul music and Tina Turner.

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time Review –...

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time is a fantastic production, and this show is definitely worth watching.

Irish Annie’s Review – Epstein Theatre, Liverpool

I urge you to see Irish Annie's because it's a wonderful, feel-good show that symbolises everything that we love about Irish music.