Secret Cinema Presents “Moulin Rouge!” Top tips to prepare for an epic night

London’s premier immersive experience, Secret Cinema (“SC”) is back with its latest show, Baz Luhrman’s 2001 musical spectacular “Moulin Rouge!”. Past productions such as “Back to the Future”, “Star Wars” and “Shawshank Redemption” have been thrilling audiences for a number of years now and SC has never been afraid to push the boundaries when it comes … More Secret Cinema Presents “Moulin Rouge!” Top tips to prepare for an epic night

T2: “First there was an opportunity…then a betrayal”

So I have a confession. Until very recently, I had never seen “Trainspotting”. I know- shameful! In my defence, the original movie was released back in 1996 and I was more of a Gina G kind of kid than a fan of Underworld.  Never the less, my boyfriend thought this was shocking and twenty years … More T2: “First there was an opportunity…then a betrayal”

Magical Moonlight

Considering this is only his second full-length feature film as director, Barry Jenkins has struck gold with “Moonlight”. Based on the play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” by Tarell Alvin McCraney, “Moonlight” follows Chiron, a young boy growing up in a disadvantaged neighbourhood of Miami. Living with his abusive drug addict mother and dealing with … More Magical Moonlight

Fifty Blades Sharper

Last night, with marker coin in hand, I attended the multimedia screening of “John Wick: Chapter Two”. Having never seen “Chapter One” and after telling work colleagues I was going to see “Jack Reacher”, I clearly had no exceptions of what was in store for me. Luckily, my close friend gave me a fully dramatised … More Fifty Blades Sharper

Mel Gibson- Top 5

  In honour of his fifth major directorial outing, I have decided to do a Top 5 rundown of my personal favourite Mel Gibson movies. Gibson is a controversial character and it has been a turbulent few years for the Australian actor, however he is back in Hollywood’s good books with “Hacksaw Ridge”, receiving six … More Mel Gibson- Top 5

“I never wanted fame. I just married a Kennedy”

There have been numerous interpretations about the aftermath of JFK’s assassination. The story of the young president shot dead as he rode in a motorcade through downtown Dallas, whilst the First Lady sat beside him, has been told repeatedly. Jacqueline Kennedy has been portrayed by dozens of actresses in the past, most recently by Katie … More “I never wanted fame. I just married a Kennedy”

“Manchester By The Sea”- Doesn’t see Affleck out of his depth

Creating plenty of awards buzz is the critically acclaimed “Manchester By The Sea”. Starring Casey Affleck, directed by Kenneth Lonergran and produced by John Krasinski and Matt Damon (originally penned to play the lead). This film may not appear to be suitable for those who want an uplifting cinema experience, however, I would strongly suggest giving … More “Manchester By The Sea”- Doesn’t see Affleck out of his depth

2017 Wanderlust

Alright! My boyfriend, Chris, and I like to kick start the new year planning our trips away. Having so much to look forward to has been a great way to begin 2017, and I love researching the different locations and exploring different restaurants, hotels and experiences. Last year we had a brilliant year of travel … More 2017 Wanderlust