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Millionaires Anonymous, Theatre Review. Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Geraldine Moloney Judge, Neil MacDonald, Chrissi-Jo Hyde, Lee Burnitt, David Clayton, Albert Hastings, Caitlin Mary Carley Clough.

If money is the root of all flowering evil, then the pursuit of it must be the untilled field. Since its inception the national lottery has produced more millionaires in the country than at any time in its history and yet how many of them have been truly happy or felt blessed beyond their wildest dreams, happy not because of the money and the chance to spend it upon anything they wish, but for it to do real good, to effect real change?

Sad. Man. Smiling, Film Review. Picturehouse@F.A.C.T., Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Paul Carmichael, Chris Chapman, Thomas Williams, Siobhan Crinson, Adam Sheldon, Arron Hussein, Thomas Atkinson, Dan Haydock, Hannah Gill, Hevv Jamieson, Talulah Pritchard, Sarah Allen, Naomi Lambert, Sarah Moore, Louise Froggatt, James Keysell, Jack Mitchell, Philip Milor, Olivia Murphy, Steven Quinn, Martin Williams, Dan Broom, Kate Bleasdale, Connor Lawler, Sian Woods, Denise Webb, Angela Wilkins, Brittany Macrae, Simone Murphy, Lisa Symonds, Jackie Jones, Sam Liu, Lee Burnitt, Daniel Mugan, Dorcas Sebuyange, Anthony Scott, Rebecca Eve, Philip Laing, Caitlin Clough, Freya Balchin, Alison Philips, Aaron Kehoe, Jack Spencer, Rhea Little, Tasha Ryan, Thomas Whittaker, Jean Paul Marie, Jamie Peacock, Fleet Sumner, Stewart McDonald.

Liverpool Sound And Vision Special: An Interview With Ste Reid From The Mono LPs And Paula Stewart and Lee Burnitt From Tell Tale Theatre.

Music and video used to go hand in hand with each other, especially in the 1980s, where it was expected that a well-made video would give a band or artist a huge lift in sales. For anybody who was getting into music in the early part of the tandem craft, songs such as Ultravox’s Vienna, A-Ha’s Take On Me, Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s Two Tribes, Marillion’s Kayleigh and Genesis’ Land of Confusion were as well remembered for their iconic videos as they were for the creative lyrics and supreme music.

The Chairs, Theatre Review. St. George’s Hall Concert Room, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Leanne Jones, Paula Stewart, Donna Ray Coleman, Christine Heaney, Laura Hall, Lucy Graham, Dan Pendleton, Jack Spencer, Lee Burnitt, Shaun Roberts, Bradley Thompson, Alex Clark, Tom Nevitt.


Tell Tale Theatre have already carved out a growing reputation as a production company that doesn’t adhere to the norm, the cosy or thankfully the easy to do. Their production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is a glowing testament to that fact, and where angels fear to tread, where other’s might find the ever growing trickle of sweat just too much to bear, Tell Tale Theatre wrack up the pressure on themselves another notch and produce an amazing piece of choreographed art, full of absurdity, lots of insanity and above all tale of what can happen to us all if left alone in the dark too long.