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BPREVIEW: Clerks & Shooting Clerks (with Q&A) @ The Mockingbird Cinema & Kitchen 19.01.18

Words by Emily Doyle The Mockingbird are launching into the New Year with a whole evening dedicated to cult nineties comedy, Clerks. On Friday 19th January, the Custard Factory based ‘cinema and kitchen’ will be screening the Kevin Smith debut, alongside Shooting Clerks – the feature length comedy/biographical drama about the making of the original. Doors open […]

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BREVIEW: Playback @ mac – running until 24.01.18

Words by Ashleigh Goodwin / Pics by Ed King Stepping into Playback almost feels like the beginning of a Black Mirror episode; the silence is palpable in the dimly-lit space, as people sit before screens, each person plugged into the monitors, staring intently ahead. The calm and quiet is a welcome distraction from the packed […]

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BPREVIEW: Playback @ mac 07-24.01.18

Words by Ashleigh Goodwin It often feels like there is a momentary hush over the city as we pick ourselves up off 2017’s floor and stumble into 2018. We could spend this transitional time recovering from the short-lived break, however mac is offering an alternative – welcoming in the New Year with Playback, ‘an interactive exhibition […]

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BREVIEW: Dots & Loops #5 @ Rose Villa Tavern 19.12.17

Words by Ashleigh Goodwin  It’s a Tuesday night, and a small crowd packs into the upstairs room of The Rose Villa Tavern in the Jewellery Quarter. A mismatched array of chairs fills most of the space, as well as a projector that hangs from the ceiling… and I am confused. Director and animator Louis Hudson, alongside […]

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BREVIEW: Skellig @ The Old Joint Stock – until 30.12.17

Words by Lucy Mounfield It’s nearly Christmas, but the recent snow has thawed. I am not particularly feeling the magic and spirit of the holiday season as I make a trip to The Old Joint Stock, to watch resident theatre company Tin Robot’s production of Skellig. When I reviewed Tin Robot’s last play, The War […]

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