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Drama Tag Archive

Review: Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

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Film Editor Lucy Lillystone reviews Tarantino's latest film Once Upon a Time In Hollywood...

Five years on: the legacy of Robin Williams

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Robin Williams taught us why comedy is so important: it exists because of tragedy, and the greatest actors are able to show the relationship between the two within a single...

Newcastle societies take the Fringe

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Newcastle University’s very own A Capella Society and Theatre Society (NUTS) both made exciting appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last week. The festival is renowned...

TV Time Travel: Lost

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Tom Cooney rebuffs the hate...

120 BPM (15) Review

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Helena Buchanan reviews this French drama...

Kodachrome (15) Review

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Jack Gill reviews the latest Netflix original film...

Review: NUTS’ The Ladykillers @ The Cluny 2

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Alice Wilson reviews NUTS' farcical show, The Ladykillers....

The Mercy (12A) Review

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The drama revolves around Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth), a family man, inventor and amateur sailor, who risks his home and business for glory in a 1966 sailing race round the...

Roman J. Israel, Esq. (12A) Review

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Steven Ross reviews Denzel Washington's latest film, directed by Dan Gilroy, of Nightcrawler fame...

Review: POSH @ Northern Stage

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Sidney Pinstent tells us about POSH, Newcastle University Theatre Society's latest show....