What I saw and heard in 2016

Evening at the Talk House, National Theatre, London
The Salt of the Earth, Forest Row Film Society
Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Odeon, Tunbridge Wells
The Homecoming, Trafalgar Studios, London
Hangmen, Wyndhams Theatre, London
The Winter's Tale, NT Live, Trinity, Tunbridge Wells
Ross Noble, Trinity, Tunbridge Wells
Point Break, Odeon, Tunbridge Wells
Battlefield, Young Vic, London
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, National Theatre, London
The Revenant, Odeon, Tunbridge Wells
A Girl is a Half-formed Thing, Young Vic, London
Julie Felix, The Junction Inn, Groombridge
The Father, Duke of York's Theatre, London
If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Young Vic, London
The Suicide, National Theatre, London
The Government Inspector, Theatre Royal Stratford East
Blue/Orange, Young Vic
'I want to know what it is like to be a wild thing', Charles Foster with Patrick Markham, Greenwich Book Festival
'Natural Navigator: How to Read Water', Tristan Gooley, Greenwish Book Festival
Cutting' It, Young Vic, London
The Importance of Being Earnest, Vaudeville/streamed to Trinity, Tunbridge Wells
Sarah Moss, reading, Barnetts Bookshop, Wadhurst
Benjamin Clementine, Somerset House, London
Be More Margot, Viv Groskop; Chris Parkinson in support, Forum, Tunbridge Wells
Tale of Tales, Trinity, Tunbridge Wells
The Threepenny Opera, National Theatre, London
Yerma, Young Vic, London
Marcus Harvey: Inselaffe, Jerwood, Hastings
No Man's Land, Theatre Royal, Brighton
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, National Theatre, London
Small Wonder festival: Eimear McBride; The Kings of the South Seas; Kirsty Logan, Charleston, Sussex
Anywhere, Philippe Parreno, Tate Modern
Bridget Jones's Baby, Odeon, Tunbridge Wells
Adam Curtis: Hypernormalisation, BBCIII
What We Do in the Shadows, Netflix
I Daniel Blake, Kino, Hawkhurst
Amadeus, National Theatre, London
Precious, DVD
The Red Barn, National Theatre, London
Rich Hall: 3.10 to Humour, Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
Venus, DVD
Hedda Gabler, National Theatre, London

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