Theatre | The Definition of Charisma by writer Nay Murphy explores the human condition through the intensity of best friendship

The play is about two best friends, Fifi (played by Ella Peattie) and Charlie (played by Nay Murphy).  As they tidy up from a party, tensions from the weekend unfold. Infatuated with Fifi’s mind, Charlie makes her the unwitting subject of a psychological study. But perhaps, Fifi knows more than Charlie realises…… Read More Theatre | The Definition of Charisma by writer Nay Murphy explores the human condition through the intensity of best friendship

Get your claws in to a little theatre this summer with a truly jellicle one-man comedy extravaganza

How to live a Jellicle Life… is a one man comedic parody that celebrates one of the biggest cinematic flops of recent years. It combines a passion for the film and a critical eye of the movie’s theatrical highs and lows that is reminiscent of a cross between an academic analysis of b-movie flop and a giggle-inducing camp stand up show.… Read More Get your claws in to a little theatre this summer with a truly jellicle one-man comedy extravaganza

W4Free, the UK’s fastest growing AVOD platform, announces raft of global Indie movies for March 2021

Simon Rumley’s award-winning horror thriller FASHIONISTA, Thomas Vinterberg’s ground breaking Dogma drama FESTEN, Roger Avary’s searing black comedy adaptation of the Brett Easton Ellis book, THE RULES OF ATTRACTION, Kornél Mundruczó’s harrowing, critically acclaimed 2014 Cannes Festival hit WHITE GOD and Steve Buscemi’s fire-cracking INTERVIEW, starring Buscemi and Sienna Miller, head up a stellar choice of international… Read More W4Free, the UK’s fastest growing AVOD platform, announces raft of global Indie movies for March 2021

Interview with director Neil Marshall ahead of Arrow Frightfest Online Film Festival this October

Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film THE RECKONING, Neil Marshall talks about the desire for creative freedom, putting leading lady Charlotte Kirk through hell, his love for FrightFest and his urge to make something outrageously violent and bloodthirsty again. “I think the horror genre absolutely lends itself to explorations of female characters being pushed to the… Read More Interview with director Neil Marshall ahead of Arrow Frightfest Online Film Festival this October