Orange Sunshine

Journey Orange Sunshine takes you back to the heart of the hippy movement, where a group of free-wheelin’, drug-dealin’ young acidheads implement an unprecedented mass distribution plan for their product. The self-titled Brotherhood of Eternal Love form the focal point of William A. Kirkley’s documentary, the group of idealistic drug suppliers and smugglers whose laboratory…

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Q&A: The Tempest

Runs from: 8 November 2016 – 21 January 2017 The Tempest is a production that is two years in the making. “Why?” I hear you ask. Well, because it promises to be one of the most innovative productions of this year. Teaming up with Intel and The Imaginarium Studios (Andy Serkis’s production company, and self-professed ‘next…

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The Rover

Runs until 11 February 2017 Mistaken identity, revenge, star crossed lovers, humour and Latin American music: what more could you want from a play? The RSC’s revival of one of the lesser-performed Restoration Comedies delights the audience with fast-paced wit and humour in Loveday Ingram’s directorial masterpiece The Rover. Set in the sinful fervour of…

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The Wailing

Thrill An underwhelming horror with an uncomfortable undertone, Na Hong Jin’s The Wailing could have been so much more. An impressive third genre in three films for the Korean director follows bumbling police sergeant Jong-goo (Kwak Do Won) as a strange spate of murders begin to grip his area. The perpetrators are found covered in…

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Dog Eat Dog

Thrill I don’t think there’s a figure in modern Hollywood cinema who divides so much criticism as Nicolas Cage, and it’s understandable why. He is an Academy Award winner, and for many who have seen The Wicker Man rather than Leaving Las Vegas, it’s understandable where the confusion lies. The noughties perhaps weren’t Cage’s golden…

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Arrival

Headline Gala From Mars Attacks! to War of the Worlds, cinema history is littered with science fiction films questioning what would happen if aliens attacked. Arrival tries to answer the much more unusual hypothetical. Namely: ‘If aliens arrive but don’t attack, how could we possibly communicate with them?’ Such a task is laid at the…

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