Murdering the Orient Express. March 2018.

Dear Rowley, Much anticipation on buying the 2017 reboot of Murder on the Orient Express on DVD having missed the cinema release. The review could be truncated to two words: gobble gobble. What an expensive turkey and all the more bothersome … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Walked Home Alone. February 2018.

Dear Rowley, Do you recall a disco hit called You To Me Are Everything? There is a particularly heinous line ‘now you’ve got the best of me, come on and get the rest of me’. I could not disagree more. Nobody … Continue reading

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Heads Together. April 2017.

Dear Rowley, Do you think we’ve reached the tipping point with cookbooks? To quote Kath & Kim, we’ve had Nude Food, Crude Food and Rude Food. We’ve endured Helmsley sisters, Simply Allsopps, Deliciously Ellas and now (God forbid) the Midlife … Continue reading

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The Boys in the Band. February 2017.

Dear Rowley, If you can get to town in the next couple of weeks do sneak a couple of tickets for The Boys in the Band at the Vaudeville theatre. Though headlined by Mark Gatiss and his real-life husband Ian Hallard, … Continue reading

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La La Land. January 2017.

Dear Rowley, It is always a mystery to me why it comes a shock to movie producers that musicals score like Reinaldo at the box office. Director/writer Damien Chazelle’s  La La Land  is a case in point. London in January … Continue reading

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