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FILM REVIEW

FILM REVIEW

Editor Jeremy Ransome reviews Greed (15)


Show held at March Town Hall brings in cash for Macmillan Cancer Support

Show held at March Town Hall brings in cash for Macmillan Cancer Support

Show held at March Town Hall brings in cash for Macmillan Cancer Support

The newly formed Moonshot Performance Company presented The Last Tango in March recently at the Town Hall, Market Place, March.


Amazing film captures all the horror of WWI

Amazing film captures all the horror of WWI

Amazing film captures all the horror of WWI

Fenland Citizen editor Jeremy Ransome reviews the film nominated for 10 Oscars.


There's nothing little about this adaptation of the Louisa M Alcott's classic coming of age novel

There's nothing little about this adaptation of the Louisa M Alcott's classic coming of age novel

There's nothing little about this adaptation of the Louisa M Alcott's classic coming of age novel

'Little Women' is not just a classic novel, but also a classic of the cinema with multiple versions including one with legendary Katharine Hepburn.


Crime caper throws ‘PC’ out of the window

Crime caper throws ‘PC’ out of the window

Crime caper throws ‘PC’ out of the window

MOVIE REVIEW: The Gentlemen (18)


Free arts classes are on offer to adults in Fenland starting in January

Free arts classes are on offer to adults in Fenland starting in January

Free arts classes are on offer to adults in Fenland starting in January

Start off the New Year creatively by joining one of the free creative arts courses being run across Fenland.


FILM REVIEW: Knives Out (PG)

FILM REVIEW: Knives Out (PG)

FILM REVIEW: Knives Out (PG)

Our editor Jeremy Ransome reviews the comedy whoddunit starring Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas.


Thirteen-year-old Charlotte wins junior Fenland Poet Laureate crown while CJ Atkinson wins the adult category

Thirteen-year-old Charlotte wins junior Fenland Poet Laureate crown while CJ Atkinson wins the adult category

Thirteen-year-old Charlotte wins junior Fenland Poet Laureate crown while CJ Atkinson wins the adult category

Fenland has two new Poet Laureate's following an awards ceremony in Wisbech on Friday night.


Last Christmas will leave you with a fuzzy feeling, even if it's not your average romcom

Last Christmas will leave you with a fuzzy feeling, even if it's not your average romcom

Last Christmas will leave you with a fuzzy feeling, even if it's not your average romcom

FILM REVIEW: LAST CHRISTMAS (12a), LIGHT CINEMA WISBECH, OUT NOW.


FILM REVIEW: The Good Liar (15)

FILM REVIEW: The Good Liar (15)

FILM REVIEW: The Good Liar (15)

Editor Jeremy Ransome visits The Light Cinema, Wisbech to review the thriller starring legends Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren.


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