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Three Funny Adventurous Movies For Christmas…


Here are three recommendations for movies for Christmas.  The three movies I have chosen are light entertainment, adventurous and good for a laugh. After the year we have lived through a laugh is much needed. If you feel compelled to see the movies but are too embarrassed because of the certification, borrow somebody’s children. In…

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A United Kingdom Film Review


A United Kingdom is a fantastic film.  It highlights not only the power of love but more importantly the politics of apartheid.  Great Britain was a lead player in Botswana’s apartheid history. The film focuses on the relationship between the main characters: King of Bechuanaland (modern day Botswana) and London office worker, Ruth Williams and their…

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The Suicide – Review


Some of the characters are memorable. There was an outstanding performance by Ashley McGuire as Sarah, Sam’s mother-in-law .

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Arts, Events & Exhibitions


  Round up of this week’s ‘must do’ arts, exhibitions, and events. Death on the Nile: Uncovering the afterlife of ancient Egypt The Fitzwilliam Museum | 23 February – 22 May 2016 The first major exhibition for the Fitzwilliam’s 2016 bicentenary celebrations goes beyond the images of mummies, pharaohs and mystery often associated with ancient…

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Arts Exhibitions Events


Round up of this week’s ‘must do’ arts, exhibitions, and events. Eleven Women Facing War Nick Danziger IWM London | Until 24 April 2016 The first UK display of Eleven Women Facing War, an exhibition of photographs and film by award-winning British photographer Nick Danziger. It records the stories of eleven women in different conflict…

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Arts, Exhibitions and Events


Round up of this week’s ‘must do’ arts, exhibitions and events. West Africa: Word, Symbol, Song The British Library Fri 16 Oct 2015 – Tue 16 Feb 2016 *closing soon* An exhibition of literature and music – from the great African empires of the Middle Ages to the cultural dynamism of West Africa today. It…

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Dismaland: “family theme park unsuitable for children”


Dismaland: Bemusement Park was a wonderfully clever exhibition put on by Guerrilla artist Banksy.  He took over a derelict seafront site in Weston-Super-Mare and produced a pop-up exhibition that brought £20 million and 150,000 visitors to the seaside town.  I was one of them.  Banksy, exhibited along with 58 global artists including Damien Hirst, Caitlin…

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