Ghostbusters games have been around ever since the franchise was born way back in 1984. I used to have the original game, a simple maze style collect-em-up on the C64 and Atari 2600. As enjoyable as it was, its a tad simplistic for today’s market. Thank the lord then for modern day consoles that can truly bring movie licences
So this is week 4 and the last one of this years Classic Thriller Season at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal. Usually I get to see at least one of these thrillers each year, for me they are exactly what a trip to the theatre is all about sitting in the beautiful Nottingham Theatre Royal watching a good old fashioned thriller.
My goodness this show started with a bang, please don’t say I didn’t warn you! Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner’s Oscar nominated original could be in anyone’s top ten favourites movie list, but how would Alexandra Burke, Benoit Marechal and supporting cast stack up as Rachel Marron, Frank Farmer and Co? How would The Bodyguard the Drama / Thriller (with songs) transfer to
This will play with your mind and also keep you thinking till the very end. Angela Browne Ltd in association with Tabs Productions presents Anthony Horowitz’s Mindgame. As everyone took to their seats, eerie music started to echo around the theatre which already made the hair on my arms stand up, giving the sense of being in somewhat of
I am a big fan of the film Kinky boots telling the story of a shoe making company which struggles with the challenges of a competitive industry. I knew what to expect and was eager to see the stage production. Arriving at the theatre we were greeted by a giant size pair of bright red high heeled boots. It