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Third Floor - 2011 - West End

'The last thing I want is all these total strangers, who live literally inches away from me, knowing every last detail of my life.'



When a young woman buys her first flat it seems that all her dreams are coming true. Then she meets him. Overbearing, brash, and prone to spectacular gaffs, her across-the-hall neighbour is definitely strange - yet strangely attractive.



But when an innocent prank goes horribly wrong the newly-formed friendship is pushed to breaking point. Only then do the neighbours realise they don't know as much about each other as they thought they did.



Starring Craig Gazey (Coronation Street; RSC) and Emily Head (The Inbetweeners), and directed by Russell Labey (New Boy), this new thriller is a hilarious and unsettling look at urban living today. So put an eye to your keyhole and feel the guilty rush of spying on the strangers whose secrets are only a wall away. After all, it's good to know your neighbours…right?

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Trafalgar Theatre (Formally Trafalgar Studios 2

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by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 29, 2020
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures announced that it, along with the Academy’s Margaret Herrick Library, is the recipient of the Richard Balzer Collection, widely considered to be the world’s foremost collection of pre-cinematic optical toys and devices.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 23, 2020
Adventure awaits when the newest feature in the Kirby Science Discovery Center at the Washington Pavilion is unveiled in November. The Prehistoric Adventure Climber will be completed and installed the week before Thanksgiving, just in time for families to enjoy the new climber and explore the Kirby Science Discovery Center's over 25,000 square feet of fun over the holiday break.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 14, 2021
Owners and lifelong friends Syam Namballa and Mahi Reddy announce the grand opening of America's first Ayurvedic herbal restaurant and cocktail lounge right here in Center City, Philadelphia. Ancient Spirits and Grille will officially open its doors at 1726 Chestnut Street on Friday, September 17th, with a special grand opening party from 5:00pm to 10:00pm.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 8, 2020
Craft Concepts Group and owner Teddy Sourias announce the grand opening of Sueño this Friday, October 9, 2020 at 4:00pm at 114 S. 12th Street. Sueño showcases Day of the Dead inspired decor, original art pieces from the region's top artists, traditional and fusion Mexican cuisine by Executive Chef Caroline Hough, Puerto Rican-style empanadas from Tata's Empanadas, margaritas and cocktails, and an extensive list of tequilas.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 6, 2020
Third Man Records and Columbia Records will release The White Stripes Greatest Hits on December 4.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 5, 2019
Opera Omaha will open its 2019/2020 season with the return of Jun Kaneko's Madama Butterfly, his premiere opera production design, which debuted at Opera Omaha in 2006. Since it's opening, Kaneko's Madama Butterfly has painted the stages of San Francisco Opera, Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center, Atlanta Opera, Opera Philadelphia and many others, garnering national acclaim and adoration.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Oct 21, 2019
To celebrate the milestone 20th anniversary of the Latin GRAMMY Awards®, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents Latin GRAMMY®, 20 Years Of Excellence. On Nov. 18, the Museum will kick off the opening of the new Latin music exhibit and its new third floor with a full day of programming, including an education program for students, live performances, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Gabriel Abaroa Jr., President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy® and Michael Sticka, President of the GRAMMY Museum, along with prestigious Latin artists and personalities. The evening event is free, including entry to the Museum, and is open to the public on a special first-come, first-served basis. The exhibit will run through spring 2020.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 2, 2019
5-time Grammy Award-winning composer John Corigliano visits Roosevelt High School and speaks in community forums ahead of Saturday concert
by Julie Musbach - Oct 17, 2019
Internationally known and respected graffiti artists Kelly 'Risk' Graval and MEAR ONE recently descended on The Mayfair Hotel to paint Mucha-inspired 'Maiden of the Mayfair' mural on the side of the garage.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 17, 2019
Internationally known and respected graffiti artists Kelly 'Risk' Graval and MEAR ONE recently descended on The Mayfair Hotel to paint Mucha-inspired 'Maiden of the Mayfair' mural on the side of the garage. This mural is a perfect collaboration between RISK's trademark abstract drip style and MEAR ONE's edgy surrealism. With the color wash backdrop, The Maiden of the Mayfair mural celebrates the romantic relationship between humanity and music drawing from the aesthetic origins of Hollywood cinema magic and The Mayfair's Art Deco design. The mural is a continuation of Alphonse Mucha inspired mural project with Punk Film s.r.o. that began earlier this summer.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 14, 2019
Denver Arts & Venues announces a film screening of a?oeSiqueiros: Walls of Passiona?? and a panel discussion with the Director and several local arts luminaries, Saturday, Oct. 19, 4:30-7 p.m. at McNichols Civic Center Building (144 W. Colfax Ave.)
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 12, 2020
Franklin Stage Co. is one of this year's Preserve New York (PNY) grantees. Their grant of $5,200 will fund a Building Condition Report of their historic building, Chapel Hall. The Preservation League of NYS and their program partners at the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) are thrilled to help fund this important work.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 11, 2019
Denver Arts & Venues announces the opening reception for Dick Carter and Sandy Kinnee's Buell Theatre exhibition, and the fourth performance in its Buell Theatre Balcony Music Series, featuring Sarah Biber and Hannah Robbins Monday, Oct. 14, 5-7 p.m.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 11, 2019
This fall, The Broad will launch a new survey-the largest held to date-of internationally acclaimed artist Shirin Neshat's work. The exhibition, Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again, will be on view from October 19, 2019, through February 16, 2020, and is the renowned multidisciplinary artist's first major exhibition to take place in the western United States.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 6, 2019
The Jewish Museum will present Signs and Symbols: The Zodiac from November 15, 2019 through September 14, 2020, featuring works from the Museum's collection that depict the astrological signs. Jewish communities, adapting and adopting local practices over the centuries, incorporated these symbols into ceremonial objects, synagogue architecture, and art even though rabbinic authorities reject astrology as part of Jewish practice.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 4, 2019
Harry Houdini wrote Sir Arthur Conan Doyle a heartfelt plea to recommend a medium 'you know to be genuine.' His mother had just died and he wanted proof she had not completely vanished. The friends investigated mediums in the U.K., France and the U.S., where Scientific American was to pronounce the medium Margery genuine. They witnessed Eva C's ecotoplasm and, in Atlantic City, Lady Doyle's inspired communication.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 23, 2020
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures completed installation of one of the most iconic objects from its permanent collection, the only surviving full scale shark model from the 1975 Oscar®-winning film Jaws. This moment signals exciting momentum toward the Academy Museum’s much-anticipated opening on April 30,2021.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 23, 2020
Today the Washington Pavilion unveiled the single largest exhibit addition to the Kirby Science Discovery Center (KSDC) since its opening in 1999. The Prehistoric Adventure Climber offers community area families an extraordinary opportunity to learn about dinosaurs, earth science, paleontology and fitness while exploring tunnels, bones, caves, bridges, slides and more.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 22, 2019
Raíces Theatre Company, Western New York's premier Latino/Latinx theatre production company, will produce EL COQUÍ ESPECTACULAR AND THE BOTTLE OF DOOM opening Friday, December 6th. This is the first production of our 7th season of telling Latino stories. EL COQUÍ ESPECTACULAR AND THE BOTTLE OF DOOM is written by Matt Barbot and directed by Raíces's Artistic Director/Co-Founder Victoria Pérez. 'As Puerto Ricans one of the many recurring themes that are pivotal to the diaspora is IDENTITY', says director Victoria Pérez, 'and in this play we get to go on a journey of self exploration searching for what it means to belong, to have purpose and most of all what it means to be Puerto Rican. And what better way to do it than with a Puerto Rican superhero!'
by Stephi Wild - Nov 2, 2019
Theatrix, the student-run theatre company within the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, continues its 2019-2020 season with Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, written by Alan Ball and directed by University of Nebraska student, Hilda Esther Rey.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 19, 2019
The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra (SDSO) presents Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition in an incredible multimedia event on Saturday, Nov 23 at 7:30 PM at the Washington Pavilion. On Sunday, Nov 24 at 2:30 PM, the SDSO performs a special Family Concert presentation of Pictures at an Exhibition. This performance is free for children and serves as the perfect introduction to the orchestra for people of all ages. Featuring animated artwork projected onto the big screen above the orchestra during the performance, Pictures at an Exhibition showcases how a composer brings paintings to life through music. 
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 19, 2019
Local artist Joe Schaeffer will paint on stage with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra (SDSO) during their performance of Adam Schoenberg's Finding Rothko on the Saturday, November 23 concert. Schaeffer is currently the artist-in-residence at Rehfeld's Art and Framing in downtown Sioux Falls.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 18, 2020
The spring season is anchored by the first solo museum exhibition for Janiva Ellis, entirely comprised of new and never-before-seen works, and the first museum survey of Chakaia Booker, which considers lesser-known areas of the artist's practice.
by Stephen Mosher - May 19, 2021
After thirty-seven years together, Brad Hurtado and Sean Martin Hingston are finally building their dream house, and one little TikTok video gave them an international audience and a not-quite DIY show for 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2021
The former residence of Black lesbian playwright and activist Lorraine Hansberry has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, underscoring Hansberry's incredible contributions to American arts and culture. Her play, A Raisin in the Sun (1959), was the first play by a Black woman to appear on Broadway.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 9, 2021
Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre (Artistic Director Kira Simring) will host in-person street-side performances featuring the performers captured in Rachel Rampleman's exhibit LIFE IS DRAG. On Saturday March 13 at 5:00 PM Darlinda Just Darlindaand Mimi Silk will perform in the windows of the cell's space on 23rd street.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 31, 2021
Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre is presenting LIFE IS DRAG LIVE!, a series of weekly live pop-up performances inspired by their LIFE IS DRAG exhibition of work by Rachel Rampleman. LIFE IS DRAG LIVE! is presented in the windows of the cell theatre in Chelsea with viewers on the sidewalk  on Saturdays at 6:00 PM (EST).
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 3, 2021
Chicago-based new media artist Adrian Stein, a Guatemalan native who migrated  to the U.S. to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, will debut his first art installation  titled “Quantum Mirror” at respected contemporary fine art gallery ArtSpace8 located on  Michigan Avenue.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 10, 2021
The USITT Fellows Fund has partnered with the University Library at Cal State LA to establish the Design Resource Collection, which will provide students, faculty, researchers, and the Los Angeles community with a unique and diverse set of resources to engage, explore, and conduct research in the areas of Theatre and Performing Arts Production and Design.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 9, 2020
Denver Arts & Venues has announced two new summer art exhibitions at McNichols Civic Center Building, and an extension of a third exhibition originally opened in March.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 8, 2021
Carlton Fine Arts Ltd. Is proud to present Queer Art 1950's-2021 in honor of Pride Month, featuring the works by LGBTQ+ artists Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Heather Fazzino, Linjie Deng and their ally Romero Britto. Queer Art will be on display beginning Tuesday, June 1st through July 1st at Carlton Fine Arts Ltd. location at 543 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 25, 2020
Today the Washington Pavilion unveiled the newest addition to Kirby Science Discovery Center (KSDC): 'Grow It!' features 3,000 square feet of new agricultural-themed exhibits as part of the center's third floor dedicated to the state of South Dakota.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 18, 2020
Alan Bennett's The Habit of Art is now streaming online via BookMyShow!
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 6, 2021
Denver Arts & Venues has announced the public reopening of the McNichols Civic Center Building with three new summer art exhibitions in conjunction with Major League Baseball All-Star Week.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 20, 2020
A full circle revival is underway for Asheville, NC's Citizen-Times building. Once home to the daily paper's printing facility and offices, the historic site will soon be unveiled with a new identity as a boutique vinyl pressing plant, record store and bar/cafe (and a new name): Citizen Vinyl.
by TV News Desk - Jul 13, 2021
In JAKOB’S WIFE, Anne (Crampton) is married to a small-town minister and feels like her life and marriage have been shrinking over the past 30 years.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 8, 2020
Prime Number Productions - as part of the 3B Development series at IRT Theatre presents a powerful new play by Sean David DeMers about a school shooting. Faculty Portrait; running March 3 - 23, 2020.
by Christine Swerczek - Jan 18, 2020
The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film announces a special production for the 2019-2020 season, JULIUS CAESAR by William Shakespeare. Performances are Thursday and Friday, January 23 and 24 at 7:30 pm and Saturday, January 25 at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm. Performances are in the Lab Theatre, third floor, Temple Building, 12th & R streets.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 16, 2020
On the evening of Wednesday, January 15, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus (SFGMC) launched the public phase of its capital campaign to support the National LGBTQ Center for the Arts with a reception featuring remarks from Mayor London Breed, California State Senator Scott Wiener, Honorary Chair Sharon Stone, SFGMC Artistic Director Dr. Timothy Seelig, Campaign Chair Edward Sell, and SFGMC Executive Director Chris Verdugo. The evening also featured performances from members of SFGMC, San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company, Opera Parallèle, San Francisco Philharmonic, and Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, docent-led tours of the building, and more.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2020
Denver Arts & Venues has announced four new art exhibitions at McNichols Civic Center Building.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 7, 2020
Denver Arts & Venues has announced the opening reception for Sharon Feder and Dallas Parkins' Buell Theatre exhibition, 'Still. Here.' The opening reception will feature a performance by Solis on the Buell Theatre balcony as part of the Buell Art + Music series on Monday, February 17, 5-7 p.m.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 21, 2021
This week's Theater Stories features The Minskoff Theatre! Learn about the stars to have graced the Minskoff stage, including Debbie Reynolds, Debbie Allen, Bette Midler, Glenn Close & more; the theater's longest-running show, The Lion King, and much more!
by TV Scoop - Feb 21, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of 48 HOURS, airing on CBS on today, February 22, 2020!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 12, 2020
Houston talent won't be the only thing that will be present at the world premiere staging of Lock by Lock by Houston writer Katherine Mulvaney next weekend. Houston Area Women's Center, a nonprofit organization in Houston that caters to victims of domestic abuse, will also be present at the opening of this one-woman show on Thursday, February 20th, 2020.
by Nancy Grossman - Dec 9, 2019
Space, the final frontier, has finally been explored by Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans, and their little dog, too. Following the trail blazed by her predecessor, the late, beloved Rhoda the dog, Dolly the Mustache Pup has a featured spot in CHRISTMAS ON URANUS as one of the flying dogs of Pluto. She joins a cast of fifteen humans, many of them veteran Orphans, as they blast off on their mission to rescue Santa Claus from alien kidnappers and save Christmas. It is up to the Robinson Family from a?oeLost In Spacea?? to track down Saint Nick and return him to Earth in time to make his rounds and bring happiness to children across the world.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 3, 2019
The Sarasota Art Museum is proud to announce its opening dates and inaugural program. The Museum will open with two member days on December 12th and 13th, and then will open its doors to the public on Saturday, December 14th.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 28, 2019
One-Eighth and IRT Theater's workshop presentation of YOVO runs January 10 - 15 at 7pm at IRT Theater Tickets are $20. IRT Theater is located at 154 Christopher Street, NYC #3B (third floor).
by Stephi Wild - Dec 21, 2020
Indiana Ballet Theatre is hoping to begin the first phase of the Classical Arts Centre soon.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 8, 2021
Browse restaurants by food type, ranging from American to Asian, French, Italian, Mexican, and much more, find the address, website, and relative price, as well as a brief description of what you can expect.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 26, 2021
It's been surprisingly busy the past 18 months at the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival, as organizers have piloted new programs and retackled festival planning, all while developing major expansion plans following a year-long strategic planning process.