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    toward its final inevitable crash A SIZZLING new stage production of The Great Gatsby will appear at Towngate Theatre next week The production recreates the sights sounds and feel of America s roaring 20s as seen through the eyes of Yale graduate and First World War veteran Nick Carraway Nick who takes a job in New York as a bond salesman rents a small house on Long Island right next door to the lavish mansion of Jay Gatsby Adapted by Stephen Sharkey and commissioned to mark the 90th anniversary of F Scott Fitzgerald s novel the lavish show kicked off a 98 date UK tour in September which includes a run at the Basildon theatre from Thursday to Saturday November 12 to 14 The production by acclaimed Blackeyed Theatre gives you the chance to immerse yourself in the decadence of America s jazz age as it explores themes of decadence and excess in a society obsessed with wealth and status Remaining faithful to the spirit and language of the original this adaption brings the much loved novel to life by creating a fresh character driven piece of theatre with fabulous live music alongside the timeless language of Fitzgerald s great American novel Writer Stephen Sharkey said Like a cocktail fuelled ride in a fast car this adaptation moves through F Scott Fitzgerald s great story of a doomed love and a decadent decade heading toward its final inevitable crash Director Eliot Giuralarocca added Stephen Sharkey has shaped and distilled Fitzgerald s novel into a muscular and narrative driven portrait of the Jazz Age Throw into the mix our wonderful design team along with an ensemble of seven fabulously talented actors who all sing dance and play instruments and I hope we have all the ingredients needed to give the audience

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=518&classIS=blog&headline=Experience%20America%27s%20roaring%2020s%20at%20Towngate%20Theatre,%20Basildon,%20next%20week (2016-02-16)
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    Waltham Forest Yellow Advertiser Twitter Facebook Review Don t Look Now at Queen s Theatre Friday 30 October 2015 By Liz Wade Tom Cornish and Charlotte Powell play John and Laura Baxter Credit Mark Sepple DON T Look Now the latest production at the Queen s Theatre was an engrossing adaptation of Daphne du Maurier s classic novel The story centres around husband and wife John and Laura Baxter played by Tom Cornish and Charlotte Powell The couple decide to go to Venice as they attempt to rekindle their lives following the death of their daughter Christine From the very first scene at a restaurant we see the arrival of two eerie sisters sitting opposite John and Laura One of them is blind played by Tina Gray and tells Laura that she can see her daughter at the table beside her Gray is fabulous in the role her constant stare being consistently haunting throughout the play Laura s heart is lifted by the vision and the couple continue with their holiday blissfully unaware of a number of murders that are happening around them in the city But on a second meeting with the sisters at a different restaurant they are warned that they are in danger if they stay in Venice any longer Both Cornish and Powell effortlessly switch between the tangible changes of emotion throughout the play through affection passion angst and anger they get the tone spot on and for me are the highlight of the performance If the promised chills are not necessarily as frequent as they might have been the story ebbs and flows beautifully Excellent cameos from Stuart Organ as a stern police chief Callum Hughes as a hotel clerk and Sam Pay as a witty restaurant proprietor ensure that the leads are well supported

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=517&classIS=blog&headline=Review:%20Don%27t%20Look%20Now%20at%20Queen%27s%20Theatre (2016-02-16)
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    a series of whimpers rather than an almighty bang If Skyfall popped a cork on a muscular new era for 007 becoming the highest grossing film of all time in the UK then Spectre is the morning after when the champagne has gone flat snacks are starting to go stale and someone has fallen asleep face down on the sofa That could be any of the four screenwriters who doze off after the tour de force opening sequence and allow plot holes and lapses in logic to pock their narrative How can Bond travel around the globe unseen when he has nanobots in his blood so MI6 and the enemy can track his movements Would a brilliant operative like Q really whip out his laptop on public transport and conduct vital forensic analysis without a second thought for security protocols Death sequences are anti climactic and the central love story barely smoulders M Ralph Fiennes battles with political forces including Max Denbigh Andrew Scott to protect the integrity of MI6 following a merger with MI5 A cryptic message reveals ghosts from Bond s past and 007 follows a chain of evidence that leads to Dr Madeleine Swann Lea Seydoux daughter of fugitive Mr White Jesper Christensen who was last seen in Quantum Of Solace Aided by technical wizard Q Ben Whishaw and agent Eve Moneypenny Naomie Harris Bond criss crosses the globe in his Aston Martin DB10 infiltrating a menacing organisation named SPECTRE fronted by the enigmatic Franz Oberhauser Christoph Waltz Rome Tokyo Altaussee in Austria Tangier and London provide a picturesque backdrop to Bond s escapades as he meets his physical match in henchman Mr Hinx Dave Bautista Spectre was always going to struggle to meet expectations but it s disappointing just how far short this 24th outing falls

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=516&classIS=blog&headline=Spectre%20fails%20on%20spectacle (2016-02-16)
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    The musical based on the 1973 play Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street by Christopher Bond is set in 19th century England and is being brought to the stage at Palace Theatre by Southend on Sea Operatic and Dramatic Society The society affectionately known as SODS was founded in 1890 and is still going strong As one of the country s oldest operatic and dramatic societies they are making sure their 125th anniversary year is one to remember We wanted to make sure that our 125th year was commemorated in a fitting way and we have been doing just that said SODS spokesman Paul Alton The success of our spring production of Carousel was followed up by winning two awards from amateur theatre s national body NODA We have held a 125th anniversary party and are performing at a range of events this summer before rounding off the year with Sweeney Todd and a ball The society started performing popular Victorian shows and has continued staging operates and musicals ever since with the only hiatuses being during the First and Second World Wars During that time the society has forged a reputation for producing high quality shows attempting to break new ground while also staging much loved West End and Broadway classics That philosophy was at the forefront of SODS committee s thinking when it came to choosing the society s anniversary shows We wanted to start off with a classic for our spring production and decided on Carousel one of Rodgers and Hammerstein s biggest hits added Paul SODS had great successes with La Cage Aux Folles which marked our return to the Palace Theatre in Westcliff on Sea in 2013 and Sister Act and the committee wanted to have a similar challenge for our autumn production

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=514&classIS=blog&headline=See%20Sweeney%20Todd,%20The%20Demon%20Barber%20of%20Fleet%20Street,%20at%20Palace%20Theatre,%20Southend (2016-02-16)
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    entered a career in live stand up comedy in the first place Jason said I was always a comic fan I always went to see it whenever I could in Ireland I never had plans to actually do it I went to see Billy Connolly when I was 16 and thought he was amazing I thought it must be terrifying I went to see a gig with a friend and he said I should get up and do it Before he knew it the venue had signed him up for seven open mic spots but despite Jason protesting that he hadn t done it before he was told I ve just booked you for seven spots so you ll have to do it So that s what happened Jason says I did the seven spots and then got really good I was like a train and I was getting paid more than my normal job Coined as the outright king of live comedy Jason Byrne has been thrilling crowds for 20 years with his near legendary stock in trade audience participation which over time has seen him become the biggest selling comedian at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Jason said it s like a reunion with me and my crowd whenever he returns to the city and being back there brings back many fond memories including one moment during one of his gigs when he told a man he shouldn t let his girlfriend get away and should marry her Unbeknown to Jason the man had planned to ask her to marry him that evening I asked him where the ring is and he said it was at home He then went off to get it and everyone was just waiting for him to come back and ask her That turned out to be the whole show says Jason Loads of moments have happened like that over the years Being back here I get reminded of these moments Along with the time when a guy was going to get engaged to his missus Jason says his other best memory happened during his summer preview of 20 Years A Clown There was a woman in the front row called Jenny from America I asked her if she was on her own and she said her husband was outside and couldn t get a ticket because it was sold out I got all the staff to radio around and find Arthur They found him and when he came in everyone was going Arthur Arthur Arthur When I met him afterwards he said it was the best moment of his life Turned out he also had lung cancer While there have been many fantastic memories during gigs Jason admits there have been a few bad ones One of the worst gig was one in Ireland for a graduation and the priest came in and said someone had died from an asthma attack says Jason There were people crying and after a prayer he said

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=513&classIS=blog&headline=Comedian,%20Jason%20Byrne,%20is%20back%20on%20the%20road%20with%20his%20own%20brand%20of%20organised%20chaos (2016-02-16)
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    needed to have a good old rant Until now I resent being told I have to pay for a bag to put my shopping in I really REALLY resent it It may be only 5p a bag but we re talking at least 30p on top of a weekly shop plus those times when you just want to pop into the supermarket quickly to grab some more apples dog food and something my diabetes nurse would have a blue fit about if she knew I was drinking it This is one more erosion of our civil liberties a tax on convenience shopping with the green card getting played so that anyone who speaks out gets labeled an environment destroyer But what bloke is going to remember to carry around spare bags just in case he ever needs to run into Tesco on his way home Men shop by stealth We know what we need go in get it and get out again as quickly as possible Well I tried something last weekend I spent just over 50 in my local Sainsbury and deliberately didn t purchase any of their stupid bags As each item went through the checkout I put it back into the trolley and then wheeled it out to my car putting the groceries loose into the boot It didn t take much time and no trees were harmed in the process My original plan had been to leave the shopping sitting at the checkout as I walked with each item individually to the car I had also thought about doing all my shopping online and insisting it was all brought to my door without any bags If everyone chose to stage this civil protest it wouldn t be long until one of the big supermarkets decided to

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=515&classIS=blog&headline=No%20diggety%20-%20got%20to%20bag%20it%20up (2016-02-16)
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    s On Yoga Classes On Tuesday 16 Feb 2016 at The Forest Row Centre The Forest Row Centre Lodge Lane Collier Row RM5 2LD Where The Forest Row Centre The Forest Row Centre Lodge Lane Collier Row RM5 2LD When Tuesday 16 Feb 2016 Time 10 15 11 45 Price 7 drop in Tel 07787909193 Email yogawithjames hotmail com Web http www facebook com yogawjames Maps may not show exact event location please check event location before travelling Are you looking to bring calm and presence in your life build strength and flexibility or improve your posture and general well being Yoga with James can help you with all of the above Regular Yoga practice has many wonderful benefits and it also helps you become more aware of your body and mind which can help you keep calm and controlled in every day stressful situations Every Tuesday I hold a traditional Hatha style yoga class Beginners are welcome and encouraged Yoga mats and blocks are available to borrow during the class but I only have a limited amount available It is recommended that you bring your own but feel free to borrow one if not 7 drop in block booking available please inquire Share your event on our website Submit Your Event Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots Hall to raise funds for son s rare condition COLCHESTER United super fan Tommy Leggett emotionally expressed his gratitude to rival supporters af Man dead and teen girl in life threatening condition after Barking accident A13 partially closed and causing severe delays A YOUNG man has been killed in an accident on the A13 in Barking The victim believed to be Pennyfather It s there for Blues to take Southend United v Colchester United Saturday 3pm Preview EssexDerby By

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