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Beyoncé Crazy In Love
Dangerously In Love, COLUMBIA, 509395-2
Maxim Vengerov Hungarian Dances No.1 In G Minor
Maxim Vengerov Bach and Beethoven, Wigmore Hall Live, WH LIVE 0056
Bad Company Can't Get Enough
Rock The World, GLOBAL, RADCD-138
No Exit, Beyond Records, n-a
Queen Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
A Day At The Races, EMI, CDP-7462082
Stereophonics I Saw Her Standing There
Live recording from Abbey Road, live recording, live recording
Gabrielle Aplin Please Don't Say You Love Me
Please Don't Say You Love Me, PARLOPHONE RECORDS, NA
Otis Redding Respect
Otis Blue, ATLANTIC, ATL-5041
Love Affair Everlasting Love
Love Affair Everlasting Hits, COLUMBIA, 982-8282
Alicia Keys Brand New Me
Girl on Fire, RCA, 1
T. Rex Get It On
Get it On, PRISM Leisure, 636
T. Rex Children Of The Revolution
Tanx, Edsel, EDCD-391
T. Rex Hot Love
T. Rextasy: The Very Best of T Rex 1970-1973, Warner Brothers, 125333
Roxy Music Love Is The Drug
siren, smi records, 7243-54318924
Roxy Music Pyjamarama
Street Life, Virgin, egctv-1
The Velvet Underground Venus In Furs
The Velvet Underground & Nico, polydor, 531-250 2
David Bowie Ziggy Stardust
Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, EMI, CDP-794400
The Smiths This Charming Man
Hatful Of Hollow, Rough Trade, n/a-n/a
Oasis Don't Look Back in Anger
What's The Story Morning Glory, Creation Records, CRECD-189
The Human League Open Your Heart
Dare, VIRGIN, CDV-2192
Al Lewis Make A Little Room
Make A Little Room, INDEPENDENT, ALM006
The Who I Can See For Miles
Sell Out, POLYDOR, 835-727-2
The Captain of Kopenick
SIR ANTONY SHER takes to the stage once more. This time as an ex convict, who dresses up in military uniform and holds the mayor of a small town to ransom, and successfully "confiscates" the town's treasure.national theatre
Alex Heminsley's Book review
1.Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O'Farrell ...
The new novel from Costa Award winning novelist Maggie O'Farrell: a portrait of an Irish family in crisis in the legendary heatwave of 1976.
Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O'Farrell is published by Headline on 28 February.
2. Forgive Me by Lesley Pearce
On returning home from work Eva Patterson finds her mother dead, by her own hand, and a suicide note saying simply ‘Forgive Me’. The reading of the will leads her on an emotional journey to discover more about her Mother who, unbeknownst to Eva, was a successful artist in the 60s. Forgive Me is an intense and gripping story of love and forgiveness.
Forgive Me by Lesley Pearce is published by Michael Joseph and out now.
3.How Should a Person Be by Sheila Heti
Reeling from a failed marriage, Sheila, a twentysomething playwright, finds herself unsure of how to live and create. When Margaux, a talented painter and free spirit, and Israel, a sexy and depraved artist, enter her life, Sheila hopes that through close—sometimes too close—observation of her new friend, her new lover, and herself, she might regain her footing in art and life.
How Should a Person Be by Sheila Heti is published by Harvil Secker and available now.
Peter Bradshaw's Film review
Peter takes a look back at the BAFTA’S and at the latest movie news
THIS IS 40 – Certificate 15 Released: 14th February 2013
Director: Judd Apatow
Cast: Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Jason Segal, Megan Fox, Chris O'Dowd, Maude Apatow, Iris Apatow, John Lithgow, Albert Brooks
This is the follow up to the film Knocked Up and continues the story of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) a husband and wife both approaching a milestone meltdown as they hit the age of 40.
This Is 40 is certificate 15, out now
2. RUN FOR YOUR WIFE – Certificate 12A Released 14th February 2013
Director: Ray Cooney, John Luton
Starring: Danny Dyer, Sarah Harding, Judi Dench, Neil Morrisey, Denise Van Outen
John Smith (Danny Dyer) has been happily involved in a bigamist marriage for five years. He lives with Michelle (Denise Van Outen) in Stockwell and Stephanie (Sarah Harding) in Finsbury. Fortunately, for John, he’s a Taxi Driver which involves varying Shift work! Simple? Well, when the Stockwell and Finsbury police forces discover something suspicious in their paperwork, John’s happy bubble is about to be burst.
Run For Your Wife is certificate 12A, in cinemas now
3. REIGN OF ASSASSINS – Certificate 15, Released 15th February
Director: John Woo, Su Chao-Pin
Starring: Michelle Yeoh, Jung Woo-Sung, Wang Xueqi
In Ancient China, “Drizzle” is the most deadly and ruthless assassin of the Dark Stone gang. After a life of theft and murder, she seeks to atone for her ways and leave the gang forever. Undergoing a drastic procedure to alter her appearance, she changes her name to Jing and starts a new life in the capital.
Even with her newfound life as a shopkeeper and a budding romance to Ah-Sheng, the Dark Stone gang is hot on her trail. She alone holds the secret of the mystical Buddhist monk’s remains, which legend says the possessor will gain control of the whole world. The gang will stop at nothing in their pursuit to control this power.
Reign Of Assassins is out now, certificate 15
4. MADAME DE (DVD) - Certificate U
Released: 15th February 2013
Director: Max Ophuls
Starring: Charles Boyer, Danielle Darrieux, Vittorio De Sica
Original UK Release Date: 1953
When, beset by debt, the titular Countess Louise (Danielle Darrieux) decides to sell a pair of earrings that were a wedding gift from her husband André (Charles Boyer), she unwittingly sets in motion a chain of events that will have serious consequences not only for the Parisian couple but for André’s mistress and for an Italian Baron (Vittorio De Sica) who purchases the, by then, much-travelled jewellery.
Madame De is certificate U, out on DVD now.
Anna Bailey's arts news review
1. MUSICAL THEATRE: Pricilla Queen of the Desert starring Jason Donovan on UK tour – Manchester, Oxford, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Sunderland, Bristol and York
2. CLASSICAL MUSIC : Violist Maxim Vengerov is going to be performing Beethoven and Schubert at the Barbican
3. DANCE: Russian State Ballet – Coppelia and Swan Lake UK tour – Alsbury, Wimbledon, Bromley, Brighton and Edinburgh
4. ART: Quentin Blake; exhibition at Cambridge.
Don't forget you can hear Anna's feature on Glam: The Performance of Style at the Tate, Liverpool where she talks to music journalist and former glam rocker Paul Morley and to curator Darren Pih, about the costumes and album covers of the glam rock bands alongside work by artists David Hockney and Andy Warhol
Glam:The Performance of Style at Tate Liverpool is on until 12th May
5. OPERA: Theatre Royal Glasgow
Freddie Fox in The Judas Kiss
Freddie Fox talks about his role as Lord Alfred Douglas "Bosie" opposite Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde.
Directed by Neil Armfield, The Judas Kiss looks into Oscar Wilde’s relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas. David Hare’s play focuses on two critical moments in Wilde’s last years – the eve of his arrest at the Cadogan Hotel and a night in Naples after his release from two years imprisonment; The Judas Kiss speculates on the consequences of his self destructive fatalism, betrayal and love without trust.
The Judas Kiss is currently on stage at the Duke of York's Theatre, St Martin's Lane London
The Judas Kiss is currently on stage at the Duke of York’s Theatre, St. Martin’s Lane, London.
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