Having previously sold out the 10,000 capacity Liverpool Steel Yard in less than 24 hours, Axwell /\ Ingrosso are a natural choice for headliners at the upcoming concert. The show will be held at London’s Victoria Park, with more artists to be announced in the coming months.
We’ve already learned that Eric Prydz will be unveiling his new Epic 5.0 stage production one day prior on May 27 at Steel Yard, so fans are definitely in store for a memorable weekend festival. Axwell /\ Ingrosso and Prydz are reason enough to make it out to the event, and we can only imagine at
When approaching any brightly coloured, fun filled ice cream van while strolling through the local park, or approaching the chilly world of the freezer section in your local supermarket, there are certain items of ice cream confectionary that you expect to find. Its next to the syrupy sweet flavoured ice lollies and plain tubs of ice cream that you’ll find one of the nations favourite iced treats – Cornetto.
For nearly 60 years since ice cream manufacturer Spica overcame the quandary of how to put ice cream in wafer without turning it soggy, Cornetto has become one of the best selling frozen dessert brands around the globe. Whether you’re in Britain, mainland Europe, Se Asia, or in fact most countries in the world, you can rest assured that Cornetto is always on hand to satisfy those taste buds.
While you may think of Cornetto as a sturdy stalwart
Like Slade on the radio or unwanted socks from a distant relative, there’s something both comfortingly familiar and dispiritingly predictable about the traditional Christmas movie canon. But if you can’t change the movie, you can at least alter the surroundings. Even a cheery old chestnut like It’s A Wonderful Life or Home Alone can feel brand new again with the right combination of themed decor and heated alcoholic beverage; and fortunately, in London at least, there are myriad options this year.
One such is The Winter Night Garden (E3, to 23 Dec), part of Victoria Park’s Winterville. Decked out as a Narnia-like enchanted forest (but indoors) it offers a selection that also includes non-Christmas films (Inside Out plays this afternoon) as well as the traditional favourites.
The local TV channel is planning a special two-hour broadcast from the festival in Victoria Park.
London Live will bring viewers exclusive access, with performances from Saturday's headliner Caribou as well as Clarence Clarity, Django Django, Mac DeMarco, Hackney Colliery Band, Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté and Spector.
Interviews with some of the acts are also being planned.
Field Day 2015, taking place this week, includes other acts such as Patti Smith, Ride, Todd Terje, Fka twigs, Radiohead's Philip Selway, Savages, and Run the Jewels.
London Live's coverage of the event will begin Sunday at 6pm.
New on DVD and Blu-ray
Will Smith and Margot Robbie are now filming the highly anticipated "Suicide Squad" movie, but watch them as con artists in this crime drama, which is available June 2. The "Focus" Blu-ray/DVD combo includes the special features "Masters of Misdirection: The Players in a Con, "Will Smith: Gentleman Thief," "Margot Robbie: Stealing Hearts," deleted scenes, and an alternate opening.
Kevin Costner stars in Disney's inspirational sports drama about a successful high school cross country team in McFarland, California. The Digital HD, Blu-ray, and DVD all come with special features including "Juntos" music video and a featurette called "Inspiring McFarland."
This was pretty much demolished by critics, but it still has some defenders and a great
Originally premiering at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on April 23, Everything Before Us is a science fiction romantic drama set in a modern day world not terribly unlike our own, except for the fact a person's romantic history is documented like a credit score. The flick focuses on a couple trying to overcome the inherent drawbacks of the system for individuals who haven't had a lot of luck in love.
Everything Before Us stars Aaron Yoo (The Tomorrow People), Ki Hong Lee (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), Randall Park (The Interview), Brittany Ishibashi (Political Animals), Victoria Park (Raven’s Touch), and Brandon Soo Hoo (Tropic Thunder).
Wong Fu Productions
Written by Sam Bain
Directed by Sally El Hosaini
Airs Thursday nights at 10 on SundanceTV
Following a surprising turn of events, both for the plot of Babylon and in the context of it being a young series, “Victoria Park” shows more depth and heart than could possibly be expected of a semi-satire comedy of this type. There’s almost too much to talk about here, so maybe it’s best to start small.
The final montage of “Victoria Park” perfectly encapsulates what this episode is up to and gives each character a rather striking final moment. Even Tom, essentially the buffoon of the group, shifts around during his Quaker meeting, certainly considering speaking about losing his boss so tragically. It has been hard to take Tom seriously hitherto if just because of that wonderful smile Jonny Sweet imbues him with, but that actually works
Three years earlier Billy Corbin died trapped in a fiery storeroom. Now the ones who let him burn are attending their school homecoming party and it could be their last. It’s payback time without pity for the young, the foolish and the beautiful. One by one they disappear, each meeting a gory, terrifying end. The corridors of Winston High are dark, slippery and wet with the blood of those who came before.
First off, you’re probably all aware of just how much I love slasher movies. If I have one particular genre love (behind 80s teen flicks I might add) it’s 80s slashers. I could never get enough
"Who are you?" panted the stranger running towards me. It was 6.30 on a crisp winter morning in Victoria Park in east London and I was sitting on a plastic stool being pulled backwards by a bicycle.
We were trying to understand what goes on in the minds of runners as they charge through the streets. What does it do to them and what can we find out about ourselves by interrupting them at this moment of vulnerability and clarity?
Film making is an extraordinary opportunity to ask people questions that you can't ask at any other time. When you have the camera there, you are asking questions on behalf of anyone who might see it. In a way you have the public on your shoulder. The problem though is that it's always on your terms,
1) Save Your Legs
There are a couple of pretty fail-safe ways to stop a conversation dead in its tracks, but one of the best is to try and convince someone that they need to go and see an Australian movie. If that Australian movie happened to be about a cricket team, it wouldn't be out of the question to suggest that your co-conversationalist might just turn and walk at pace. Which brings us to Save Your Legs, surely one of the least-loved Australian films of recent times and with no good reason; this film is actually half-decent.
It's quite admirable that an Australian filmmaker would multiply their odds of failure by making a film like this one. We're often told that cricket is the sport with the richest and most voluminous literary canon,
Us hip hop queen Lil Kim has joined the line-up for the East London music event.
In the first of her announced UK festival appearances in 2013, the 'Jump Off' rapper will play the Sunday night of Lovebox.
On the same bill as Lil Kim is one of the female rap stars for whom she paved the way, Azealia Banks. It will be the first time she has played a show in London since 2001, on her Notorious K.I.M world tour.
Of course, you may not recognise Lil Kim from the days when she had her big break during the '90s. To get up to speed, join us on a surgical journey as we turn back the hands of time on a voyage across Lil Kim's ever-changing face...
Lovebox runs from 19-21 July Victoria Park, check out the full
And some amateur video has emerged of the incident, which took place over the weekend outside the Gielgud Theatre in London's West End. Watch Above.
In the video, Dame Helen can be seen in a blue cardigan as part of her costume, berating the drummer and gesticulating at the nearby theatre where, it can be surmised, she was struggling to be heard over the drums.
The Oscar-winning actress was happy to pose for photographs on Sunday, wearing a customised T-shirt that promoted As One In The Park, a new Lgbt festival to be held in Victoria Park over the next May Bank Holiday.
Dame Helen can see the funny side now
But the back of her top referred to her tirade against
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