Interstellar, cosy pop-up cinemas and Gemma Arterton being ‘too starry’ for Made in Dagenham

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Interstellar, cosy pop-up cinemas and Gemma Arterton being ‘too starry’ for Made in Dagenham
7th November 2014


Interstellar is the new film starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain, which is being billed as a “must see”. Sarah says Christopher Nolan’s space epic is “stunning”.
 
Think pop-ups left with the summer? Think again. An old tube station in Shoreditch has turned into the Pillow Cinema, a “cosy” pop-up. There’s also the Underground Film Club to explore.
 
Made in Dagenham, an unashamedly British feel good musical, is in the West End with Gemma Arterton. Cohen explains why it’s well worth a watch to see Arterton carry the show, even if some reviewers have described her as ‘too starry’ for the part. 

Finally, Sarah gives her round up of the best nightlife in the capital, including covered street food festival Night Tales and Django Django.    

 

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