Musical Moments – In the Heights (Tony Awards 2008)

After seeing In the Heights film for the second time at the cinema yesterday I felt this was the perfect time to have In the Heights as a musical moment. I have picked the performance from the original Broadway cast at the Tony Awards in 2008 in which it went on to win the Best New Musical Tony Award (and I was at these awards!)

Maggie (2015) Review

Wade Vogel searching for his teenage daughter Maggie eventually finds her in a hospital finding out she has been infected by the disease that has a massive outbreak which turns the victim into a cannibalistic zombie. We see her transformation and the love that her father never loses.

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In the Heights (2021) Review

Usnavi lives in Washington Heights in New York owning a bodega, constantly saving to get himself a better life back in his native the Dominican Republic. In the Heights shows how close the neighbourhood had been, but everything looked to be falling apart as everyone seems to want to get out.

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2 Tickets Per Person to Save UK Cinema Sector

Finance Experts Company Debt released exclusive insights and data on the Cinema Sector.

Based on an average cinema price of £6.75, the UK Cinema industry needs to sell 141 million tickets this summer to make up the deficit caused by COVID-19.

In total, with a decline of 132,072,886 admissions in 2020, the British cinema industry has been amongst the worst industries hit by COVID-19.

The UK Cinema Association reported a box office decline of 955.1 million GBP in 2020.

Few could have predicted the 80% slump in box office revenues last year, resulting in a £2.2billion loss for the Cineworld group.

Everyone in the UK would have to buy two tickets to bring the industry to pre-covid levels.

Read the full article here – https://www.companydebt.com/features/141-million-tickets-to-see-james-bond-please/