Dirty Dancing – the iconic 80’s film based in the 1960’s came to the Regent Theatre in Stoke yesterday (15 October).
Vinay Patel’s new ‘Sticks and Stones’, explores the consequences of a joke that causes offence.
Educating Rita follows no nonsense, Liverpudlian, Rita in her pursuit of knowledge and a greater understanding of well… “Everything”, and her unorthodox alcoholic Open University tutor, Frank. Louise Parkes reviews.
It would seem on the surface that Hollywood is striking again with another teen rom-com,…
J Cole has taken a mature, focused look on the message he wants to convey and released an album that is not phenomenal, but still solid.
Emily Slight reviews John Kransinski’s horror, A Quiet Place and it’s a nail-biter.
After an experiment turns nasty, Primatologist, Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson) must work alongside discredited geneticist Dr Kate Caldwell, played by Oscar nominated Naomi Harris (Moonlight) and George, a rare Albino gorilla who becomes a victim of exploitation, to stop a monster invasion.
Louise Parkes reviews Edgar Wallace’s thriller, The Case of the Frightened Lady at the Regent Theatre, Hanley.
The ‘50 Shades’ franchise has been highly anticipated ever since E. L. James’ erotic novels found their way into the hands of just about every woman – do the movies live up to the hype?
It has been confirmed today that the murder enquiry of Kevin Nunes who died in 2002, is to be reviewed after failings with the initial investigation.
Nunes, a semi-professional footballer, was found dead in Pattingham, Staffordshire, with gunshot wounds.