‘Chaplin’ by Pip Utton

Chaplin is arguably the single most important artist produced by the cinema, certainly its most extraordinary performer and probably still its most universal icon. Everyone agrees on this: the British…

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Defrosted

Catty Watty strides into centre stage and stridently asks: "Do you want to build.....", she pauses for dramatic effect, "............ a bungalow?" It's a packed out show at The Beehive…

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Dartmoor Killing

There's something about British horror and psychological thrillers that seems a cut above the usual Hollywood fare. One aspect of that observation is that Brits generally seem to like a…

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Testament of Youth

"Perhaps some day the sun will shine again, And I shall see that still the skies are blue, And feel once more I do not live in vain, Although bereft…

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Richard III comes to Honiton

We are becoming used to high standard productions at Honiton’s Beehive. But Emily Carding’s one woman show of Richard III  - currently on a nationwide tour - was a ‘fantastic…

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