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The 7 Best Operas And Ballets To See Now That It’s Basically Christmas

Halloween is over, which basically means that Christmas is almost upon us. Mince pies and mulled wine aren’t enough to get you in a festive mood? There’s nothing like a night at the ballet or opera to make you feel all warm and fuzzy. No matter where you are, we picked the best classical performances …

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5 Affordable Getaways To Escape The Cold

Now that the temperatures have dropped and summer seems a distant memory, we can’t help but dream of sandy beaches, sun-kissed sin and salty sea air. So we’ve rounded up the best destinations on a budget for last-minute sun. Suitcases at the ready… 1. Seville, Spain   View this post on Instagram   A post shared …

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Why The Hate U Give Is The Most Powerful Film You Can See In Cinemas Right Now

Angie Thomas’ acclaimed novel The Hate U Give, which deals with police brutality and the “Black Lives Matter” movement in a coming-of-age setting, has made it onto the big screen this week with a movie adaptation that is equally as powerful as the novel itself. Starring actress and activist Amandla Stenberg as the protagonist Starr, …

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7 Things We Learned From The V&A’s Dinner And A Movie: McQueen

McQueen, the critically acclaimed documentary on the life of the late legendary fashion designer Alexander McQueen, is out on DVD, Blu-ray and Collector’s Edition today. Last night we attended a special screening of the film at the V&A to celebrate its release followed by a Q&A with co-director and writer Peter Ettedgui and Gary McQueen, former …

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7 Inspiring Quotes From The BFI London Film Festival Red Carpet

LFF kicked off this Wednesday and both headline premieres so far have been all about the women. Widows – which celebrated its European premiere opening the festival – stars Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez and many more inspiring women in a female-lead heist story directed by Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave). Last night, Colette – based on …

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