Category Archive: Entertainment

Jun 16

Michael Palin Donates Archive of His Literary Career to the British Library

Michael Palin and Rachel Foss at the British Library – photo by Tony Antoniou  The British Library is delighted to announce the acquisition of the archive of writer, actor, comedian and television presenter Michael Palin. The archive, which has been generously donated to the British Library by Palin, covers his literary and creative life during …

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Jun 15

5 Reasons You Should Avoid Celebrity

Do you dream of becoming rich and famous? You might want to stop at “rich” and leave fame alone. Being a sought-after celeb might look glamorous and exciting — who doesn’t want to be adored by millions? — but the truth is that fame can be a lonely, confusing, and even frightening condition. Paparazzi Image …

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Jun 12

Review: Sweet Bird of Youth, Chichester Festival Theatre

Sweet Bird of Youth Chichester Festival Theatre Until 24 June Box Office: 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk Photo credit: Johan Persson With the run-up to General Election a veritable carnival of hypocrisy, self-interest, arrogance and rampaging egos, the day after the event itself wasn’t the ideal time to digest more of the same. Alas, in Tennessee Williams’s …

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Apr 28

Review: Forty Years on at Chichester Festival Theatre

Taking up his post as Artistic Director new Head Boy Daniel Evans opens his first Chichester Season with Alan Bennett’s early play, which is set in 1968 at Albion House, a fading public school. Some fifty local schoolboys join the cast and are outstanding, opening the production with a roof-raising rendition of Praise My Soul …

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Apr 13

First look at The National Theatre Salomé trailer

SALOMÉ – a new play by Yaël Farber Previews from 2 May, with Press Night 9 May. Continuing in the repertoire until 15 July. Broadcast to cinemas by NT Live on 22 June. The story has been told before, but never like this. An occupied desert nation. A radical from the wilderness on hunger strike. …

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Apr 10

New Collection of The Beatles’ Albums on Vinyl LPs Launched

At Frost Magazine we get sent a lot of stuff. Not all of it floats our boat to be honest, but when two albums from the new Beatles Vinyl Collection, Abbey Road and Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club in 180g Vinyl came we were absolutely delighted. They are something to behold. Beautiful and unique. We are a huge fan and …

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Apr 06

Debra Messing ‘Pressured’ to Go Nude in A Walk in the Clouds

Debra Messing has revealed she was “pressured” to shoot a nude scene in 1995 film A Walk in the Clouds by the director Alfonso Arau and the film’s producers. The Will & Grace star starred opposite Keanu Reeves in the film, it was her first major film and was not a pleasant experience. She also said that …

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Feb 24

Interview with Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney for Catastrophe series 3

We left series two on something of a cliffhanger, with Rob about to speak following his discovery of Sharon’s receipt. Where do we pick it up from? Rob: Right then. Exactly then. Sharon: Yeah, it’s from exactly that moment. Did you know what Rob was about to say, when you shot the end of series …

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