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Monthly Archive: September 2017

Finding Joy - A Review

Finding Joy – Vamos Theatre at the Corn Hall The ancient Greeks knew a thing or two. Mask theatre, when done well, manages to tap into something deeply emotional, almost primal, in a way conventional… read more
Posted in Review, Theatre

Denial (12A) - A Preview

Directed by Mick Jackson, UK/USA, 2016, 110 mins With Timothy Spall, Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson In an age of alternative facts and fake news, Mick Jackson’s reconstruction of David Irving’s libel claim against Deborah Lipstadt… read more
Posted in Film

Moonlight (15)- A Preview

Inspired by playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s postgraduate theatre project “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue”, Barry Jenkins’s second film is a remarkably assured portrait of three key moments in a young man’s life. Laden with… read more
Posted in Film, Review

Their Finest (12A) - A Preview

There was a time when fake news was known as propaganda, and a time before that when propaganda wasn’t a dirty word. Their Finest explores how the ignoble retreat from Dunkirk was recast as an… read more
Posted in Film

Work Experience at The Corn Hall

Earlier this year, I did my work experience at the Corn Hall. During this experience, I took part in helping at the box office, shadowing the technical assistants for film projection, making posters for the… read more
Posted in Staff

The Viceroy's House (12A) - A Preview

Lord Louis Mountbatten was the last Viceroy of India, tasked with dismantling the last vestiges of the Empire. Together with his wife, he would have made a fascinating subject for a film in his own… read more
Posted in Film