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Review: Romeo and Juliet @ Redgrave Theatre ★★★★ ★

At the face of a plethora of sardonic and reductive avant-garde productions of this evergreen Shakespearean Tragedy, the latest production by the upcoming talent of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School is nothing short of a pleasant surprise.
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Review: ‘Music Theatre Bristol – Showcase 2021’ @ The Winston Theatre ★★★★

Gold glittered suits, Miss Trunchbull in a sports bra, ABBA, questionable American accents: it can only be musical theatre.
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A brief history of Pantomime

Christmas and Pantomime: it’s as traditional as pudding and tinsel. This great British institution has been enthralling public for the best part of 200 years. Curiously enough, it has its origin in the continental Europe and was not always confined to the winter holidays.
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Cowboy Bebop fails as a live-action due to its over-reliance on the original animation

The space western follows a bounty hunter and his crew mates collecting just enough bounties to escape from the demons of their past
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The Power of the Dog: A poignant exposé of masculinity in 1920s western culture

A dominating Yale educated rancher projects his male toxicity onto his brother's wife and son in Jane Campion's directorial return
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Review: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021 @ M-Shed

Each of the 100 images of wildlife photography at M-Shed take you to a virtual wonderland of natural species, offering an opportunity to recognise the diversity and rethink our relationship with the natural world.
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Hawkeye is a cozy Christmas treat, even if it does miss the bullseye

Disney+ caps off its first year of Marvel mini-series with some festive fun in the form of Hawkeye, a Christmas tale centred around everyone’s – let’s face it – least favourite Avenger
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