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Talking at the Good Morning Britain’s Health Star Awards, the mother of two has revealed she has an exciting new role in the pipeline. Kimberley, who welcomed second son Cole in January, has plenty of acting experience behind her. The 34 year old has starred in feature films like Horrid Henry: The Movie and All Stars. She has also had several roles in West End musicals like Shrek and Elf. Kimberley Walsh has confirmed she is making a return to acting [Getty] Kimberley Walsh's ...
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It's hard to believe it, but it really is a decade since Scouting For Girls released their million-selling debut album. To mark the occasion, the band has announced a UK tour, including a gig at Leicester 02 Academy on Tuesday, November 28. The trio will also release an extended, deluxe version of the 2007 album, which will be available from May 19. Read more: Tickets for award-winning Matilda the Musical at the Curve go on general sale soon With songs including 'She's So Lovely',...
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He’s directing and taking the lead role of Poirot in an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder On The Orient Express . Michael Green has penned the screenplay, and the cast includes Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Josh Gad, Penelope Cruz, Michael Pena, Dame Judi Dench and seemingly half of RADA. Expect a release towards the end of 2017. 31. The Greatest Showman On Earth Founder of the Barnum Bailey Circus, politician and all-round showman PT Barnum's getting his own movie, which stars Hugh Jackman as the 19th century impresario. Bill Condon co-wrote this one, and he's the bloke who brought us the magnificent Gods And Monsters - one reason why we're looking forward to this musical biopic. That, and the sight of Hugh Jackman singing and waving his arms in front of an elephant, of course. 30. It They all float down here. We have to admit, we were more in a lather when Cary Fukunaga was involved in this new, big-screen telling of Stephen King's It , but the story's such a magnetic one that we're looking forward to the new treatment anyway.
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Auditions for ITV's The Voice UK is coming to North Devon and here's how you can get involved.A day of auditions for the television show will be held at The Factory in Barnstaple on Monday, May 22, between 11am and 5pm.The venue is at Petroc's Brannams Campus in Oakwood Close, Roundswell, and anyone who wants their voice heard is welcome to attend.Could you be The Voice of 2018? What are you waiting for? The Voice UK is open to solos and duos and all musical styles.To enter you'll need to be...
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I have never played a military role before. "Also, I will be producing a free motivational tour all over Malaysia in August and September. "There will be 10 comedians who will perform comedy sketches and give motivational talks to members of the public. "I am also planning to direct an epic film entitled Rejang (a reference to the Rejang river in Sarawak), focusing on the Iban and Dayak communities. This [is] my dream project." What change would you like to see in the local film industry? "[For] our cinemas [to show] 60% Malaysian films and 40% foreign films. South Korea has done that, and it has boosted its film industry." You also founded Tall Order Productions, which among other things, stages musical theatre shows. What is the concept behind the shows? "[They] are mostly about underdogs achieving success. "For example, Lat the Musical is about a kampung boy who goes on to become an international cartoonist; Cuci the Musical is about four window cleaners who want to wash the windows of Petronas Twin Towers; Supermokh the Musical is a biopic about a young boy who becomes a famous footballer.
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With cars loaded with food, drinks and musical instruments, Kurdish families often take to the roads in the early morning, en route to idyllic places like Dukon Lake and Goizha Mountain, says Trieb. Once they settle on a patch of grass, the men will start the barbeques. There may be a roast of spiced goat and lamb meat with pots of oily rice, or grape leaves stuffed with rice and vegetables. There are baskets of fresh fruit and a drink called mastow, made of yogurt, salt and water. To photograph these lavish picnics, Trieb chose to celebrate their colors using an old film camera. She had planned to use a simple double-exposure technique (rewinding the film to shoot over images already exposed) but the camera often jammed when she tried it. As a solution, she combined the images in post-processing. This led to a slightly less surprising outcome, she says, but it gave me a greater latitude of which images I wanted to combine.
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The story of Melodia, a new musical by the Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation (YAF), began when composer musicians Violaine Corradi and Rose Winebrenner best known for their work with Cirque du Soleil met YAF founder Lindsey McAlister in 2015 and realised they all had a similar project in mind: a family show that highlights how artists can make a positive difference to a wider world. It was one of those synchronistic moments of a lifetime. It was meant to be, I think,...
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Young women and girls in search of a new Broadway role model need look no further than the title character in “Anastasia,” the sumptuous fairy tale of a musical that should please the kids, satisfy the sentimental and comfort those who thought the old templates for musical comedy were passé. The broad strokes of the... Read more »
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Lucky airline passengers were treated to a surprise concert from master of smooth jazz Kenny G Saturday. The star saxophonist and music personality offered to play for the captive audience during a Delta flight from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles on Saturday but only if the cabin members were able to raise over $1,000 for Delta G.O. Relay for Life, a charitable cause the flight attendants were supporting in loudspeaker announcements. The passengers came through in spades, reportedly cobbling together more than $2,000 for the American Cancer Society in about five minutes. Their reward: the long-haired musician himself providing some sweet in-flight entertainment, serenading them as he moseyed through down the aisle of the jet and made the friendly skies much more musical. (That is, it was certainly a good time for fans of his brand of jazzy tunes.
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Musical fans get ready - tickets for Matilda the Musical at Curve go on general sale this Wednesday.Curve will open the UK and Ireland tour of the Royal Shakespeare Company's multi award-winning production next March.Winner of 85 international awards, the touring production will be at Curve from Monday, March 5, to Saturday, March 24, 2018.Tickets are currently on sale to Curve members and groups, and will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday.With book by Dennis Kelly, original songs by...
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Rather than hiding away the musical instruments in some closet, this home utilizes a striking display technique with an understated concrete backdrop. In the kitchen, clean minimalism and distinctive patterns collide. The intermediary wall prevents the patterns from overwhelming the living room's distinctive aesthetic. The differences between the living room and the kitchen are clear. While one focuses on subtle artwork and a clean texture palette, the kitchen makes a bold impression with rustic patterned tiles. Now let's take a peek at the bathroom! It follows the same natural-meets-industrial material theme as the rest of the home. These tiles have the same classic feel as the ones in the kitchen, but these feature a daring mismatched pattern that helps bring them up to-to-date. Besides the shower wall, the rest of the bathroom lacks obvious decoration, allowing the beauty of the materials to claim more influence on the theme.
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As the Academy Award-winning actor and singer Barbra Streisand turns 75 on Monday, she can boast of having more platinum-selling albums than any woman ever. In the above photos, she's a 19-year-old making her Broadway debut in a lesser-known Harold Rome musical about the garment business, I Can Get It for You Wholesale. As LIFE magazine reviewed her performance in the May 18, 1962, issue: Barbra has a lovely face that goes well with Cry Me a River and other sad ballads that she sings in nightclubs. But for her stage role she makes herself look like a sour persimmon in order to play an overworked office girl who secretly wants to be called pet names instead of being yelled at all day long, Miss Marmelstein!' It was a kinder review than the one she received in the New York Times , which described Streisand as a natural comedienne but also a girl with an oafish expression, a loud irascible voice and an arpeggiated laugh.