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Financial horror or family drama? The Nest soars in both departments

As rich in filmmaking technique as it is beautifully bleak, Sean Durkin weaves a tale of family struggle, corporate greed and tireless ambition, all set under the guise of a horror film aesthetic.
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Candyman reinvents the classic villain from senseless slasher to social allegory

Candyman (2021) is a direct sequel to Bernard Rose’s 1992 slasher-horror of the same name, told through a modern-day narrative that expands on the original backstory of the spirit, hook-for-a-hand, serial-killer, Candyman.
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Review: Jane Eyre @ Cotham Parish Church ★ ★ ★ ★

Brave Mirror’s long-awaited production of Jane Eyre is an atmospheric and ambitious return to in-person student theatre. Performed in Cotham Parish Church, this unique setting offers an inventive and apt space to explore Bronte’s classic as a coming-of-age story.
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Review: WINNERS @ The Theatre on the Downs ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Bristol old Vic presents WINNERS, a razzmatazz look into the world of corporation, capitalism and clowning by the Wardrobe Theatre company at the brand new pop-up venue the Theatre in the Downs.
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Lin Manuel Miranda's 'In The Heights' soars in both filmmaking and representation

In the Heights is no ordinary musical; from its rich and vibrant colours, exuberant musical numbers and choreographed dance scenes that are buzzing with energy, to the touching, important message it carries, this musical is truly exceptional.
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Review: 'Girls Girls Girls 10th Anniversary' @ St George's Bristol'

All-woman art collective Girls Girls Girls celebrated their 10th anniversary in Bristol’s St George’s on the 24th June. Even with a reduced capacity and ample COVID measures taken, the evening proved an exciting sign of things to come.
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Review: 'How to Live a Jellicle Life: Life Lessons from the 2019 Hit Movie Musical Cats ' @ Alma Tavern & Theatre ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Following a sold-out five star run in London, Linus Karp is back in his cat costume and more jellicle than ever. Epigram's Mia Smith reviews his recent performance in Bristol.
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Marvel proves they're sharper than ever with 'Black Widow', despite commercialism taking the lead

The character has been a fan-favourite for well over a decade, featuring in seven Marvel projects between 2010 and 2019. It may therefore come as a surprise that it took Marvel Studios until 2021, eleven years after Johansson’s first appearance as the character, to release her titular solo film.
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