Movie

The Father / Starring: Anthony Hopkins & Olivia Colman Director: Florian Zeller My 2nd pre-booked visit to The Filmhouse was to see The Father….. I first saw a clip for this film a few months ago; it was only a couple of minutes but that was enough to ‘hook’ me and I’ve been keeping an

Cinema is Back….

One of many things sorely missed during Lockdown has been ‘Cinema’….. Getting comfy in your favourite seat, lights dimming and trailers starting before the ‘main film’. Well, as of a couple of weeks ago some Cinemas have re-opened…. Whoop Whoop! I called up the Filmhouse and got some tickets pre-booked. (The Fimhouse and The Cameo

Art Degree Show

June to me always properly ‘kick starts’ when the Art Degree Show is on at Edinburgh College of Art, Lauriston Place…. As we won’t be visiting this year I wanted to re-visit some of my photos from last year. Hope you enjoy x Miss seeing all the talent of 2020; until next time…… Shelley x

April 2020 One for the Ladies Hair As we are all currently respecting ‘lock down’ / ‘self distancing’ etc.  Our valued (& much needed) visits to our Hairdressers have had to be put on hold…. I know!! Not great! (As my hairdresser is also one of my great chums, the miss is two-fold ;-( I

Film

Film Edinburgh Filmhouse ‘After the Wedding’ Director:  Bart Freundlich Starring:  Billy Crudup, Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore  I often love going to see a movie which hasn’t been advertised on the side of buses and billboards; lacking in the same amount of fuss and PR as some of the ‘big releases’….  These can often be some of the

Cinema

Movie: ‘The Goldfinch’ Where: Edinburgh Filmhouse Based on the No. 1 International Best Seller By Donna Tartt Directed by: John Crowley Screenplay by: Peter Straughan Starring…. Ansel Elgort, Oakes Fegley, Nicole Kidman….. plus great supporting actors ……………………………………………………………………………………. The movie follows the story of Theodore Dekker who goes through the most awful trauma a young 13

Movies

Movie Time…. ‘Animals’ Where? The Cameo Based on the novel ANIMALS by Emma Jane Unsworth. Director:  Sophie Hyde Writer:  Emma Jane Unsworth Stars:  Holliday Grainger, Alia Shawkat, Fra Fee | A female ‘buddy’ movie set in Dublin – what’s not to like? English actress Holliday Grainger plays Laura – great Irish accent! Her best friend Tyler is played

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