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You seldom know what’s coming next, although it’s likely to include Glanc looking ridiculous, in his pants, or a leotard, or a crap bald wig. Occasionally, a sketch drills deeper than the surface silliness, like the faux-documentary that treats 90s Euro-pop outfit Aqua with disproportionate respect; or the one about a frustrated mime artist. Soft targets, perhaps, but Glanc approaches them with more sympathy than mockery in his big heart. It’s a lovable show from the ex-lawyer turned law unto himself. … [Read more...] about Josh Glanc review – come and join the ringmaster of the ridiculous
Four years after the launch of the original machine, Microsoft’s Xbox One family is now finally complete. Although the Xbox One X has been hailed as the most powerful console ever made, it very much remains an Xbox One derivative, running all the same games and working with all the accessories with no Xbox One X exclusives. What you get is improved audio-visual performance – rather like the difference between playing a PC game on a regular mid-range home computer versus a high-end gaming monster. … [Read more...] about Xbox One X review: one for the 4K diehards
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This monologue, written and performed by Alistair Hall, is scheduled for a run at the Actors Centre’s John Thaw Studio in London later this year. Alexis Gregory’s digital production, with videography by Layke Anderson, is being streamed as a fundraiser for the centre. It is filmed on a stage littered with bin bags, a microwave and a stereo; the absence of an audience increases that sense of desolation. … [Read more...] about Declan review – stinging tale of loss, loneliness and sexual discovery