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  • Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine - Part 2
    top tips Review Beautiful Thing June 5 2013 no comments We review the seminal coming of age play Beautiful Thing Spoiler it s outstanding Review Once the Musical May 30 2013 no comments Our review of Once the musical currently playing at the Phoenix Theatre London Saatchi Online May 29 2013 no comments Saatchi Online is a space where artists can upload their work to sell and more importantly for us we can browse and buy paintings from contemporary artists Review Sherlock Holmes The Best Kept Secret May 26 2013 no comments We review Mark Catley s take on the Sherlock canon with his new adventure The Best Kept Secret which offers magic might and bright lights Jersey Boys Review May 8 2013 no comments If you re trying to break a musicals non believer into the world of stories told through song Jersey Boys is the show for you TQS Recommends Miss Behave s Social Club and Pleasure Aid May 8 2013 no comments If this weekend you are looking for a raucous innovate and feel good night out then this is not to be missed Viva Forever to close June 29th May 1 2013 no comments The troubled

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  • Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine - Part 3
    A March 26 2013 no comments Kirsty Hulse reviews the current David Bowie exhibition at the V A museum London Louis C K at The o2 Arena March 24 2013 no comments Louis C K made his return to the UK on Wednesday night to play two shows one at the Apollo and the other at the o2 arena Our review Review Wicked at The Apollo Victoria March 15 2013 no comments Kirsty Hulse reviews Wicked at the Apollo Theatre London Preview After What Comes Before March 10 2013 no comments We preview After What Comes Before a new performance by University of Leeds graduate theatre group Manic Chord Theatre an interactive work set in Temple Works Review Doctor Faustus March 3 2013 no comments We review a new take on the classic sell you soul to the devil tale of Doctor Faustus at the West Yorkshire Playhouse An Evening at the Manor February 28 2013 1 comment KPMG is a business which employs over 150 000 people around the world to regulate big businesses and make sure they re doing alright But who will watch the watchers Preview Transform My Leeds My City February 24 2013 no comments We

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  • Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine - Part 4
    no comments Ballet is continuing to win the hearts of the world and now through new methods whilst not forgetting its roots within the great classical ballets of the art world Theatre review The Ballad Of Halo Jones November 13 2012 no comments We review the adaptation of Alan Moore s classic comic into a stage play The Ballad of Halo Jones Singin in the Rain at London s Palace Theatre Musical Review October 29 2012 no comments We review the musical adaptation of the classic film which brought us iconic songs such as Good Mornin Make em Laugh at the Palace Theatre London Robert Powell to join the cast of Singin in the Rain October 10 2012 no comments Film and television star Robert Powell Holby City The 39 Steps is now on stage in Singin in the Rain at the Palace Theatre Review The Phantom of The Opera at Leeds Grand Theatre August 23 2012 1 comment We went to see The Phantom of The Opera at Leeds Grand Here s our review which includes the words thrilling smashing and bravo Tate Modern Damien Hirst Review July 16 2012 1 comment Damien Hirst is a bit of an

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  • Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine - Part 5
    June 1 2012 no comments Barbara Nice is not an easy act to review simply because it is so gloriously unique and incomparable to anything I have ever been to before Taking on the persona of a housewife and mother of 5 Barbara Nice is What s on Leeds Theatre in May April 30 2012 no comments There s a lot going on in Leeds in May not least in theatres Have a look at TQS s rundown of best picks to catch some fantastic drama and entertainment Sister Act The Musical Review Leeds Grand Theatre April 9 2012 1 comment Deloris and her heavily sequinned sisters arrived at the Leeds Grand Theatre last week and we were there to worship in the church of disco Review The Calendar Girls The Grand Theatre Leeds March 29 2012 no comments Due to its original successes the Calendar Girls comes back to Leeds Grand Theatre for a six day run at the Leeds Grand Theatre Travelling Light Theatre Review Leeds Grand March 22 2012 no comments The play a National Theatre production touring the UK over the next week draws on a wealth of histories from around the turn of the 20th century to create an original mythology of the birth of cinema Madame Butterfly Ballet at Leeds Grand Theatre Review March 2 2012 no comments Northern Ballet s adaptation of Madame Butterfly running until March 10th is a delicate and powerful mixture of classical ballet mixed with traditional Japanese dance Artistic Director David Nixon threw all of the emotion of this effecting opera into the physical What s On in Leeds Theatre Key March Openings February 29 2012 no comments Our Theatre Editor Kirsty Hulse takes us through March s key openings in Leeds Keep your eyes peeled for upcoming reviews

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  • Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine - Part 6
    I have a confession I ve never see a Fred Astaire film That s my disclaimer any forthcoming appreciation of Tom Chambers is in no way a slight on the world s most famous tap dancer Matthew White Howard Jacques production of Top We Will Rock You Review Leeds Grand Theatre November 7 2011 2 comments A musical set in the future Such is the surprise when one goes to see the biggest show of recent years without having read the synopsis Yes fine Starlight Express has been running for decades but beautiful though it is Interview with comedian Stephen K Amos October 27 2011 no comments Comedian Stephen K Amos is bringing his The Best Medicine tour to Leeds City Varieties we caught up with him to chat about the inspiration behind his new show his acting ambitions and social media Review The Pittman Painters at The Grand August 23 2011 no comments The Pittman Painters is a play based around the lives of the Ashington Artists a group of men mainly miners working in the Woodhorn and Ellington Collieries who meet regularly for self improvement and education classes in the 1930 s we review it at the Leeds Grand Theatre Review Agatha Christie s Verdict at the Leeds Grand Theatre August 17 2011 no comments Running from the 15th August 20th August one of Agatha Christie s most complex and emotionally powerful plays comes to the Grand Theatre Review Dreamboats and Petticoats at The Leeds Grand August 10 2011 no comments If like many of the audience present you enjoy the music or even better remember it first hand then you will definitely enjoy Dreamboats and Petticoats If this is not the case however you are most likely to find it a bit well naff Jekyll Hyde Review

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  • Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine - Part 8
    from the long line of men in 2009 Sappho the Lesbian Poet January 5 2011 no comments The Queer Sphere s favourite Ancient Greek Lesbian poet Micheal Field November 21 2010 no comments In a world in which female intellect was still a taboo many female writers adopted male pseudonyms in order to progress One of the most fascinating cases though was the poet Michael Field aka Katherine Bradley and

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  • Things to do: Jazz Legend Leroy Jones in London | TQS Magazine
    and bebop virtuoso Clifford Brown makes him one of the seminal jazz musicians of our time Now a member of the New Orleans Jazz Hall of Fame Leroy regularly performs on shows such as Late Night with David Letterman Oprah Winfrey Conan O Brien and The Tonight Show The Leroy Jones Quintet will also be joined on tour by two of the most exciting names in British jazz The highly acclaimed Ian Shaw described by Time Out as Our Finest Jazz Singer and often cited as the world s finest male jazz vocalists will feature on the bill alongside Joe Stilgoe the internationally celebrated singer pianist and songwriter currently starring in High Society at The Old Vic For more information dates and tickets visit www leroyjonesuktour com Sharing is caring Facebook Twitter Tumblr Pinterest London About admin View all posts by admin Read Previous Get Creative with Joules and win Read Next Men s Fashion Guide 6 Tips for Effortlessly Dressing Sharp London Cinema Best Pop Up Summer Screens July 10 2015 Top 5 Reasons To Move To London June 13 2015 West End Preview 2015 January 7 2015 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be

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  • London Cinema: Best Pop Up Summer Screens | TQS Magazine
    at Somerset House One of the bigger outdoor summer screens Film4 Summer Screens runs for two weeks with a mix of cinema classics new film festival winners and brand new independents The setting and lighting is breathtaking though you will be sitting on the concrete so cushions are a must 3 Rooftop Film Club It s a universal truth that watching a film on a rooftop looking over London s rooftops is cool From the luxury of Kensington s rooftop gardens to the up and coming Bussey Building in Peckham you absolutely need to make time check these out this summer 4 Hot Tub Cinema An outdoor cinema list would not be complete without mentioning London s somewhat ludicrous but incredible hot tub cinema The name says it all Watch a film Outdoors In a hot tub What s not to like 5 Drive in film Club Actualise some of those Grease Lightening dreams with the drive in cinema club at North London s Ally Pally Sign up to their mailing list to hear first when the next event is on tickets sell fast Sharing is caring Facebook Twitter Tumblr Pinterest London About admin View all posts by admin Read

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