Remembering the Holocaust through film
Film has proved to be a powerful medium when it comes to insight and influence. For the Holocaust, film acts as a beacon, an unbridled archival reminder of the atrocities, and gives a platform for the survivors to tell their stories so generations never forget the evil committed.
OUTSIDE THE NORMAL RESTRICTIONS
From her home in Ladbroke Grove in December, Cerys Matthews tells Sam Bennett about her new record, hopefully the first in a series for Decca.
Extend their dates...
A Festive treat for you and your family... We've extended our dates! Margot's Magical Winter Wonder Party is now available from today until 27 December for your viewing pleasure!After
A Hillside of Sunflowers
Last month Lissie released Thank You To The Flowers EP, a collection of stunning covers written by female artists she admires, here she talks pain, politics, and positivity.
On Stage and Now Page
The acclaimed scripts of Above The Stag Theatre’s pantomimes for adults have been published for the first time.
19-23 December 2020
Directed by Andy Manley (White, One Little Word), one of the world’s leading theatre-makers producing work for children and young people, Little Gift tells an optimistic story of friendship and hope.
A Grand Auction of My Life
David Hoyle delivers a 75-minute condemnation of capitalism, regularly stressing that we can’t return to ‘normal’ post-COVID.
A brief history of HIV/AIDS in film
As cultural views and awareness has changed over the decades since it was identified in the 1980s, AIDS has had a love/hate relationship with film – particularly within the mainstream.