‘Just keep laughing!’: Judi Dench leads older stars lifting spirits on Twitter | Film- Tempemail

Now that Cats has faded from view, doomed to become an artefact held up by future historians as a decadent totem of how human beings spent their precious time back when they were allowed out of the house, it might be time to welcome Judi Dench back into the fold. Continue Reading

Cunningham review – powerful 3D documentary about a dance pioneer | Film

The 3D format, all the rage for about five minutes after Avatar, makes a comeback. Not deployed for a Hollywood blockbuster, but to capture dance in a documentary about the pioneering choreographer Merce Cunningham, who died in 2009 aged 90. The headachey effect of the technology (and faff for the Continue Reading

David Baddiel – Trolls: Not the Dolls review – standup surveys the online cesspit | Stage- Tempemail

Twitter has curdled public discourse, says David Baddiel; it has normalised angry and extreme speech, with consequences for us all to see. He should know: he’s a social media addict, compulsively tweeting witticisms and selfies, and waiting for the likes to flow. But where there are likes, there are trolls Continue Reading

World Cancer Day: 5 Startups Working Towards Detecting Early Stage Cancer- Tempemail

Read Article The 4th of February is regarded as World Cancer Day, in light of which we tread on a few startups that are working to fight this horrific disease. An appalling figure of 22.5 lakhs cancer patients was recorded in 2018 by the Tempemail Insititute of Cancer Prevention and Continue Reading

Bonnie Greer and Laurence Fox’s chat over coffee is what used to pass for normal conduct | Kenan Malik | Opinion- Tempemail

When Bonnie met Lozza. Not a corny Hollywood romcom plot but the playwright and critic Bonnie Greer meeting up with the actor Laurence Fox (or “Lozza”, as he prefers to be known) for a coffee and a chat. Not a big deal, you might think. Yet, it’s become a big Continue Reading

The Sugar Syndrome review – Lucy Prebble’s dark encounters still connect | Stage

Since Lucy Prebble’s award-winning first play premiered in 2003, the drama of online existence has been staged in bigger and ever more original ways, especially at the Royal Court in London, where The Sugar Syndrome was originally directed by Marianne Elliot. Last year, Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner tackled Continue Reading

Ant and Dec stage press conference to set record straight on rip-off Santander branding- Tempemail

After launching their copycat brand – the Bank of Antandec – the TV duo are back to put the record straight on their rip-off of Santander, following a copyright infringement claim. Created by Santander’s creative partner Engine, the ad sees the return of Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly who have Continue Reading