C.R.I.T-ical assessment: an interview with Broke ‘N’ Heartless

C.R.I.T is an exciting project from local film making funsters Broke ‘N’ Heartless. Taking inspiration from cheesey, sleazy horror films and a significant sprinkling of nerd it’s a short that certainly grabs your attention.

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To See Or Not To See: BSP’s Hamlet Review

May I take a brief moment at the beginning of this review to honour the memory of both Kevin Dicker and John Slocombe, the two plays being put on by the Bournemouth Shakespeare Players this year were their favourites and it is a fitting tribute indeed. Having worked with them both in the past the…

Save Bournemouth, Save The Winchester

When I moved back from London to Bournemouth four years ago, I thought the days of watching my favourite haunts and venues swiftly transform into chain stores and swanky restaurants were behind me. Sadly, as it plays out, this is clearly not the case. In London gentrification is very real, and unsurprisingly fuelled by capitalism and commerce…

Chaplin’s Hello Hawaii & Wikkaman Shindig Review

When you put the words Chaplin’s and Shindig together you’re pretty much guaranteed a crowd. The venue itself has more than established itself as a fine purveyor of frothy fermented beverages and frantic frolicking fun. When they use the word shindig you can be fairly sure they mean it in the hootennaniest sense. Before we…

Chali 2NA + Krafty Kuts at Canvas Bournemouth Review

We arrived early and settled into the comfy laid back atmosphere of the beautiful Canvas bar. We await with baited breath the imminent opening of the dancefloor and stage, we might have been a little embarrassingly keen. Our eyes flicker nervously to the stagedoor barely able to contain our visible glee, because hip hop greatness…

Lack Of Afro at 1812 Bournemouth Review

1812 is a venue that is definitely not being used to the best of its potential, we’re hoping that’s going to change. This was our first taste of it’s sleak style, kicking cocktail menu and awesome atmosphere, we’ll definitely be going back for a second helping soon. We arrived early to get settled and check out…

Dizraeli and The Bournemouth Gods Review

This was the kind of night that all in attendance won’t forget in a hurry, We Broke Free should receive a round of applause for the incredible line up of amazing local talent they brought together to support Dizraeli. An awe inspiring mix of music, poetry and a subtle serving of madness that went from strength…

Arts By The Sea Opening Weekend

Walking through Bournemouth gardens during the Arts By The Sea festival’s opening weekend it’s easy to feel a part of something beautiful. During the day caped creatives peddle something outside of the everyday experience. The festival brings together talent from all disciplines and spray paints it onto Bournemouth town. It would be easy to get lost…