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A Review: Burton by Gwynne Edwards

Richard Burton was a fascinating, contrary man that defied the logic of a job for life down the pit to become an international superstar, only to have his private life then eclipse his acting achievements.… read more
Posted in Review, Theatre

ALLIED (15) - A Preview

Wednesday 26 April, 8pm at Diss High School as part of Corn Hall on tour, book tickets here. Robert Zemeckis has made a specialism of exploiting film wizardry to startling effect, from the insertion of… read more
Posted in Film, Review

See How They Run - A Preview

Open Space’s occasional foray into British farce continued with their opening night of Philip King’s famous wartime comedy. Written and set during World War II, it’s a fascinating insight into psyche of a nation laughing… read more
Posted in Review, Theatre

FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A) - A Preview

15 March 7.30pm, Diss High School Directed by David Yates, UK/USA, 2016, 133 mins With Eddie Redmayne, Samantha Morton, Katherine Waterston Harry Potter’s world is so quintessentially British, that reimagining wizardry in a New York setting… read more
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I, Daniel Blake (15) - A Preview

I, DANIEL BLAKE (15) Directed by Ken Loach, UK, 2016, 100 mins With Dave Johns, Haley Squires, Sharon Percy After the whimsy of Angel’s Share and the sentimentality of Jimmy’s Hall there were whispers that… read more
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Corn Hall Comedy Club - A Review

This was probably the very last outing for the Corn Hall Comedy night at the Rugby Club before it returns to its natural home – a varied and lively night that had MC Keiran Boyd… read more
Posted in Comedy, Review