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

Preview Screening….

Preview Screening…. ‘The Wife’ Where? The Cameo Starring: Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce, Christian Slater, Max Irons, Annie Starke, Director: Björn Runge Firstly, the interest in having to see this film was definitely it’s the leading lady… Glenn Close – Close has played some unforgettable characters that make you react – be that in a positive

Edinburgh International Film Festival 20th June – 1st July 2018 / 72nd year

Opening Night – Movie ‘Puzzle’ Director: Marc Turtletaub Starring: Kelly Macdonald, Irrfan Khan Always exciting, always fun and delighted to say a lovely clear night as we arrive at The Festival Theatre for the European Premier of ‘Puzzle’… The theatre is buzzing and full of interesting people! (who doesn’t enjoy a spot of ‘people watching’)


Film Where? The Cameo McQueen – Director Ian Bonhote Documentary about the Fashion Designer Lee Alexander McQueen I don’t know where to start with this documentary; as soon as the film came on the chatty audience sitting around me at the Cameo, Screen 3 became so quiet and fixated…. it remained this way through the

The Arts…… ‘Ballet’

Ballet Matthew Bourne’s ‘Cinderella’ Festival Theatre Don’t get me wrong I adore traditional Ballet, beautiful tutu’s, magical music, full of emotion….. I also love the British choreographer Matthew Bourne’s unique ‘take’ on the classics. Along with his knowledge of dance and choreography, he really is a wonderful story-teller. This production of Cinders is no exception