TV> Michael Buble's Home For Christmas
With a cheesy grin, hordes of female fans and a voice that could melt a Christmas selection box, it was only a matter of time before Michael Bublé would get his own Christmas spectacular.
18th December 2011
TV> Just Henry
‘Just Henry’ was the first door to open on the advent calendar of Christmas TV. Based on a Michelle Magorian novel, it stars Sheila Hancock and Stephen Campbell Moore, telling the story of a teenage boy who discovers his father – who is thought to have died in the war – is alive.
18th December 2011
THEATRE> Shrek: The Musical Review
After just five months of bursting onto the West End stage, Shrek: The Musical hit the headlines once again when Kimberley Walsh replaced Amanda Holden as Princess Fiona.
THEATRE> Rock Of Ages Review
Just when you thought eighties rock couldn’t get camper, Rock Of Ages combines it with a hell of a lot of spandex and an unmistakable West End flare.
Release Date: 27 September 2011
DVD> Life As We Know It Review
Release Date: 28th March 2011
FILM>Killing Bono Review
Take two hapless brothers, the comic genius of The Commitment writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, some seriously bizarre haircuts, the biggest Irish export since Guinness, and you’ve got yourself a funny and rock-filled trip through musical history.
Release Date: 1st April 2011
FASHION>Review of London Fashion Week - Maria Grachvogel
Inspired by The Brothers Grimm, the clothes told a different kind of fairy tale, with breaks of shadow, colour and light. Abstract, ethereal and attainable, it was a stunning collection in an equally stunning venue.
FASHION>Review of London Fashion Week - Aminaka Wilmont
Passionate about the idea of silhouette and shape, head designers Maki Aminaka Löfvander and Marcus Wilmont accentuated draped designs distorted in both print and print for their autumn/winter 2011 collection.
FASHION>Review of London Fashion Week - Bora Aksu
We've got the inside-scoop from Bora Aksu himself backstage, where he tells us the hottest trends this season.
FILM>No Strings Attached Review
A solid romantic comedy with some decent laughs enlivened by its amiable cast of lead and supporting actors
Release Date: 25th February 2011