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


Movies ‘Wild Rose’ Starring Jessie Buckley, Sophie Okonedo, Julie Walters Writer Nicole Taylor Director Tom Harper Where? The Cameo A huge part of the appeal of not missing this film for me was Jessie Buckley – she was fantastic in the movie ‘Beast’ with the equally talented Johnny Flynn… (get this out on DVD if


Theatre Play – ‘The Girl on the Train’ Based on the The Best-Selling Novel by Paula Hawkins Starring: Samantha Womack, Oliver Farnworth, John Dougall Where? The King’s Theatre, Edinburgh I loved the book, enjoyed the movie; however, the play really did bring the whole story to life (quite literally) giving the audience a whole new


The White Crow Written by David Hare and directed by Ralph Fiennes Starring: Oleg Ivenko as the ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, -and Ukrainian dancer Sergei Polunin as his roommate Yuri Soloviev. It is inspired by the book Rudolf Nureyev: The Life by Julie Kavanagh.. Where: The Filmhouse What a treat this movie is… From the

January 2019 ‘Let the films begin………..’

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ CAST • Saoirse Ronan as Mary, Queen of Scots, the Queen of Scotland and Elizabeth’s cousin • Margot Robbie as Queen Elizabeth I, Mary, Queen of Scots’ cousin and the Queen of England and Ireland • Guy Pearce as William Cecil, advisor to Queen Elizabeth • David Tennant as John Knox,

At the movies

At the movies ‘So fantastic to watch two completely different style of Film and in both cases be transported to a different time and place…..& most importantly switch off and be completely entertained.’ Our first encounter…. You can’t go wrong with a little ‘Disney magic’ The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Directed by Lasse Hallström


Theatre Time… A Play ‘ Still Alice’ King’s Theatre, Edinburgh Starring: Sharon Small, Eva Pope. Best-selling novel by Lisa Genova Adapted by Christine Mary Dunford Directed by David Grindley It feels a little indulgent going to the theatre in the afternoon; however, once you’re inside and no natural light can be seen time doesn’t really

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