Today Cinema First released a list of films that can be used at cinemas when they reopen in July. With Cineworld being the first to announce a date for England on 10th July they will then need films to show. The list has a very wide variety of genres as well as from all decades. I personally hope to see a lot of older films on the big screen for the first time, I don’t want recent ones given a release! Let’s appreciate some amazing films on the big screen for what could well be the very first time (Yes Casablanca and Some Like It Hot I am talking about you, not forgetting my all time favourite When Harry Met Sally!)
Here are the 450 films that could be shown in July at a cinema near you!
One of my favourite actresses turns 70 today and what better moment to then have a celebration of one of the greatest actresses of all time in photo form? She is in some of my all time favourite films, the biggest being The Bridges of Madison County!
A very exciting announcement was made yesterday when StageCon was launched. What is StageCon? Well, it is like Comic Con but filled with Stagey related events, performances and meet and greets with stars from the London stage!
Dates: Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th November 2018 Venue: LONDON Shoreditch Town Hall
Price: £80 (+£6.83 fee) One Day Pass
£150 (+£12.29 fee) Weekend Pass
This is in partnership with WhatsOnStage and the idea is taken from BroadwayCon in New York.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is the sequel to the very successful Mamma Mia from 2008, this time we get a proper look back to what Donna went through and how she ended up in Greece and pregnant with Sophie.
I thought it was about time to take a little look back at the world of film a whole decade ago, yes really we have had Heath Ledger’s Joker for that long now! I was seriously hoping for a re-release at the cinema in all honesty, felt it would have been perfect to celebrate the 10th anniversary.
I am going to take a look at some of the films that I enjoyed most from 2008, this might be looking back to having seen them for the first time at the cinema or just catching up with them later. It’s actually quite scary when you look back 10 years and not realise which films were actually released then and we can now call old. I would think most of them are standing the test of time pretty well in all honesty.
This is my overview of 2017 at the Theatre which has been a very special year with plenty of trips to London and even a trip to New York and squeezing in some Broadway shows. All to go along with the trips to Newcastle’s Theatre Royal and the Sunderland Empire to catch the latest UK touring shows.
In 2016 I managed to see 31 shows. In 2017 I managed to see 36 shows! So just beating the 2016 total! You can see a list of all of these shows here. This also included trying to get plenty of deals and really using the day seats to help save money.
This is an absolutely hilarious moment in the film and as always Walters is outstanding I think the fact that she is acting opposite Skarsgard makes it even better as lets face it he is pretty great all the time as well.
Cast Sophie Sheridan – Lucy May Barker
Ali – Fia Houston-Hamilton
Lisa – Blaise Colangelo
Tanya – Emma Clifford
Rosie – Gillian Hardie
Donna Sheridan – Helen Hobson
Sky – Phillip Ryan
Pepper – Morgan Jackson
Eddie – Brad Veitch
Harry Bright – Jamie Hogarth
Sam Carmichael – Peter Saul Blewden
Bill Austin – Chris Hollis
Father Alexander – Ian Gareth Jones