15th November 2013 | Theatre
“Genuinely fun and an experience you will never forget!” - 4 Stars
One of my fears every time I attempt to place my shaky skate on an ice rink is falling over and embarrassing myself and, to be honest, I don’t think I am the only one who feels that way. However, at the Tower of London all of that changed.
Okay, yes I was very scared before going but when I was there everything was so relaxed and calm. All of the professional skate marshals on the ice obviously knew what they were doing (they should really go on Dancing On Ice!).
Whenever anybody fell over the marshals were there in less than 2 seconds to get you up as quick as possible and then check for any injuries. There role was seamless and they worked together like a very well oiled machine.
The fact that the Ice Rink works in “sessions” means that there is never too many people on the ice at once. There is always a spare piece of handle-bar for you to grab on if you need but you still feel the need to keep moving or you will be in somebody’s way. Just the right amount!
The atmosphere was amazing both on and off the ice. The staff were really friendly and helpful and could answer all of my pre-skating questions really well. Food and drink was also top-notch.
If you’re going to go to Ice Skating this Winter but are not sure where to go – think no further than the Tower of London. Skating in front of this legendary London landmark is an experience you will never forget!
You can book your tickets here: http://www.toweroflondonicerink.com/
By James Gilmore
22nd October 2013 | Theatre
As always, on Sunday night, W!ZARD Radio Media was busy making sure that we could deliver the best coverage of the Closing Gala for the 2013 BFI London Film Festival as possible!
Thanks to our partners at image.net and Getty Images make sure you check out some photos straight from the red carpet as the festival closes and Saving Mr. Banks Opens!
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By James Gilmore
21st October 2013 | Theatre
Hello Carter is the comedic story of a man name Carter who has recently become homeless, single and unemployed. Desperate to win back his ex-girlfriend, he goes off on an adventure throughout the back alley's of London to find her, picking up some odd helpers along the way.
The indie production follows a short movie produced in 2011 - under the same name - with a synopsised version of this movie. Following it's success, Director Anthony Wilcox (Assistant Director of Hot Fuzz and Van Wilder 2) went on to turn it into a full feature movie.
We met up with Director, Anthony Wilcox and actors Carlie Cox, Jodie Whittaker, Annabelle Wallis, and Henry Lloyd Hughes on the red carpet in Leicester Square and when asked to describe the film in one word all they could say is: Fun and Urban.
By James Gilmore