We’re killing time between a Q&A and performance at Sloane Square’s Royal Court Theatre when we chance upon the 50 Smith Street home in Chelsea where Mary Poppins‘ author P.L.Travers lived and used as inspiration for the Cherry Tree Lane home of the Banks family in this.
Read on for reasons including why we shed a tear more than once during the film
The song we wanted to win the Melodifestivalen final last year was the old-school Rihanna bop My Cabanasung by Margaret (pictured) who appears again in this 2nd heat from Malmö on 9 February where she closes the show.
Read on for reasons including details of fellow Heat 2 participants including Andreas Johnson & pre-contest favourite (again) LIAMOO
East has a new record label and, while this new song features the high-energy pop most associated with her, it adds Afrobeat to the mix, taking inspiration from tribal music and sounds from her mother’s Ghanaian heritage.
Read on for reasons including a chance to watch the video and hear the song
The 76th Golden Globes are awarded at the Beverley Hilton, Beverley Hills in California on Sunday (6 January 2019) and this film is shortlisted for 5 (Best Film (Musical or Comedy), Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Screenplay).
Read on for reasons including why this film is likely to resonate with Oscar voters
The greatest show on earth returns on 2 February 2019 in Gothenburg with 1 of its least successful acts closing the show (pictured above and immediately below) hoping to make up for her 2010 failure to reach the Eurovision Song Contest final in neighbouring Oslo.
Read on for reasons including Wiktoria, Arja Saijonmaa & Nano who also appear in this debut heat
WHERE? Royal Court RUN TIME: 100 minutes (no interval)
WHEN?: 29/12 (matinee), runs to 26/1/19
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time returned recently to the West End and it was for her part in the original production that Nicola Walker (who we last saw in AView From The Bridge in 2015) won a Best Supporting Actress Olivier.
Read on for reasons including why Walker’s interrogative qualities honed on TV are well realised here