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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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Comedy and Drama mix seamlessly in Emma Seligman's 'Shiva Baby'

Adapted from her ten-minute short of the same name Emma Seligman has done a phenomenal job in directing, writing, and creating this award-winning, unparalleled comedy-drama
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The ethics of child stars

While the fame and fortune that comes along with being a celebrity seems glamorous (and probably is on occasion) it’s extremely taxing for a child who suddenly has to give up their childhood
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Four films to help you celebrate the LGBTQ+ community this Pride month

Breaking away from Call Me By Your Name (2016) and Blue Is The Warmest Colour (2013), this list of LGBTQ+ film recommendations takes an intersectional turn, highlighting alternative narratives and their significance for the community.
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Review: 'Sex Education' @ Tobacco Factory

It takes about three minutes for ‘Sex Education’ by Harry Clayton-Wright to propel the room in to the kind of atmosphere reserved only for the awkward pubescent hysterics of school biology classes.
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'Loki' confronts questions of identity, destiny and self-acceptance

“Glorious purpose”, the title of the series’ pilot episode, recalls Tom Hiddleston’s now iconic monologue from 2012’s Avengers Assemble, the first ensemble film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Feel Good S2 will have you feeling so much more than the title suggests

While the first season focuses mainly on Mae’s addiction and George’s navigation of her sexuality, the second expands on the roots of Mae’s poor mental health and being taken advantage of in her industry. This season - especially the finale - I found to be particularly touching.
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