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no strip club meta-theatre) Life or Something Like It This show comprised two different acts: the poet Alex Keelan, and singer-songwriter Claire Mooney.Both shows were characterised by their lefty leanings and positive messages and punctuated by punchy insights and humour, which kept the audience entertained and engaged.In all her poetry she is rightly right on, and she clearly expresses a variety of salient points; pointing out the absurdity of victim-blaming by the police in cases of rape in her poem ‘Slutwalk’, or exploring gender with intelligent insight in ‘Double Negative’.And there’s some very effective powerful language in there too, her poem ‘Laissez Faire’ points out why some politicians will never have your best interests at heart as ‘our blood runs red and theirs runs blue’ and refers to Cameron as the ‘tinpot robot product of the iron lady’. No, it's Equals, a forthcoming "futuristic" romantic adaptation of 1984.Nor am I averse to wacky updates of classic literature; Clueless was a delightful reimagining of Jane Austen's Emma, Cruel Intentions a wicked American high-school version of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and Baz Luhrmann's Romeo Juliet was a hyperactive riot from beginning to end. It's true that the book's protagonist, Winston Smith, has an affair with a woman called Julia but (look away now if you've never read it, because SPOILERS! Something tells me, though, that Kristen and Nicholas won't be repudiating their love for each other at the end of Equals.Terry Gilliam's Brazil (which at an early stage in its production was known as 1984 and a ½) opened a few months after Radford's film, but in the eyes of many critics trumped it by adding absurdist humour, more Kafka-esque bureaucracy, and an unfettered cinematic imagination that was lacking in Radford's rather plodding adaptation.Gilliam stubbornly resisted attempts by Universal, the film's American distributors, to re-edit the ending in order to make it more upbeat.
The problem is that such gems of language are few and far between, and for all her clarity of expression, her writing lacks the creativity that would mark her out as a great poet.
As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.
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Alex Keelan Listening to Alex Keelan, I could not help but admire her poetry’s message and imagery.
She professes that her poems are all about ‘social injustice’ and she successfully summons up the atmosphere of oppressive office environs, of damaging gender-stereotyping, drunken nights out and British political missteps.
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"It's a love story of epic, epic, epic proportion," Kristen Stewart told US Weekly. It will be directed by Drake Doremus, and Stewart's co-star will be Nicholas Hoult, whom British viewers remember from About a Boy and Skins, but who is now best known for being Jennifer Lawrence's boyfriend.