Category Archive: Entertainment

Dec 22

Monday Club A Collective For Actors and Creatives

Monday Club is a collective of creatives who meet once a week as a company of actors, dancers, writers, directors and more to generate new ideas and to share skills from our various artistic backgrounds. We encourage collaboration and the development of new writing and performance, and support individuals in the exploration and achievement of their …

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Nov 09

Stepping Out: Review

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Stepping Out                   At Chichester Festival Theatre until 19 November (Booking: 01243 781312; www.cft.org.uk) At the Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1 March – 17 June 2017 (Booking: www.nimaxtheatres.com) Directed by Maria Friedman Cast: Amanda Holden, Angela Griffin, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Tamzin Outhwaite, Nicola Stephenson, Judith Barker, Rose Keegan, Sandra …

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Nov 02

The Fiesta Continues

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Argentine Pop-Up Barullo delivered and conquered the appetites of many an anticipating guest this week. Hosted by Wines of Argentina and catered by Mauro Colagreco, we danced, drank and dined our way through the South American splendour in the heart of Hoxton. Barullo delivered to us Argentina with an extra serving of wine. My aim …

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Sep 21

Great Fire of London 350th Anniversary by Margaret Graham

Frost Magazine is always concerned about the safety of children and felt we must share this with our readers. It’s 350 years since the Great Fire of London broke out, and educating our youngsters about fire safety has certainly come a long way since then. It’s so important that children know what to do in an emergency, outside …

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Sep 08

National Trust ‘opens’ the Danish, Portuguese and French London embassies to celebrate Heritage Open Days

Friday 9th– Saturday 10th September 2016 Yesterday Frost Magazine’s Margaret Graham and Dr Kathleen Thompson had a treat– a look behind the scenes of the Portuguese Embassy in London, as part of the National Trust’s Europe & Us programme. I must declare a particular interest: my uncle and aunt, and their numerous children lived in Lisbon for …

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Sep 01

The Bunker – a New Theatre

A brand new theatre, named The Bunker, is opening in a former underground car park in Southwark Street and is set to be the capital’s newest contemporary Off-West End venue. Behind this exciting venture are Joel Fisher and Joshua McTaggart – two up-and-coming, emerging creatives set to take the theatre world by storm. Alongside the …

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Aug 24

From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads

Waterloo East Theatre, 3 Wootton Street, London SE1 8TG Tuesday 18th October – Sunday 6th November 2016 It is a few months since David Bowie’s passing, and Adrian Berry’s new production From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads is a homage and celebration of one of the greatest musical figures of all time. A young man with an …

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Aug 19

There’s a treat on the way for ballet lovers

Shakespeare has been delivered to cinema screens, and now it is to be ballet  but for 3 nights only.  One of Frost’s book reviewers, Jan Speedie will be heading the queue, as she LOVES ballet. CinemaLive, one of the market leaders in Event Cinema, will be working in a partnership with The Australian Ballet to deliver a series of their ballet …

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