Steven Berkoff is one of the most influential figures in the world of theatre and film, both as an actor and as a pioneering writer and director, spearheading the conception of ‘total theatre’- a method and style that, whilst avant-garde and shocking twenty years ago, is now widely mimicked in both professional and amateur theatre.
King Charles at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Upon walking up to O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Thursday the 18th of April 2013 you could see large queues of people. All very excited. All of them there for one reason. The reason being, King Charles’ sold out 18th gig of his massive UK-wide April tour. Continue reading “King Charles at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire”
Doctor Brown at Soho Theatre Arts Club
After recent successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Doctor Brown (Philip Burgers) once again graces London with his surreal, uncomfortable sketches and his lewdly dressed body. In 2010 he indulged in breakfast making, chair racing and games of Guess Who? played against himself.
Film review: Welcome to the Punch
Released on March 15th 2013 Welcome to the Punch is the second major feature film by Eran Creevy, best known for his film Shifty (2009). This Brit thriller boasts an all star, home-grown cast headed up by James McAvoy and Mark Strong, joined by David Morrissey and Andrea Riseborough.
Lights! Camera! Improvise! at The Arcola Theatre
Lights! Camera! Improvise! Works in the following way: Oscar the director (Jonathan Sayer) has the largest collection of films in the world including that could ever have been made. He invites the audience to mentally peruse the shelves and shout out a situation (based upon a certain theme e.g. disaster, Halloween, Valentines) which the actors will suddenly find themselves in.
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