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Nudes and cigarettes can’t steal the scene with Bertie Carvel as Rupert Murdoch in the new West End play “Ink”

Nudes and cigarettes can’t steal the scene with Bertie Carvel as Rupert Murdoch in the new West End play “Ink”

Arts, culture, Entertainment, Lifestyle, literature, theatre, Theatre, Uncategorized
“In order to be a true journalist, you would ned to learn these basics: finding the angle, coming up with the best headline, and learning to smoke a pack per day.” These were the words of my high school Journalism teacher, Mr. L, who was probably only kidding in the classroom full of underage would-be journalists.   However, James Graham’s newest play “Ink” that retells the story of how the Sun came to be seems to uphold these same values as Mr. L. With Bertie Carvel’s captivating performance as Rupert Murdoch in his early career, “Ink” serves to humanise the media giant and throw questions to the audience on press ethics and purpose. As Murdoch gathers a staff of colourful journalists that are on the mission to revolutionise the press scene in the UK - as well as
Interview with ‘Masterpiece’ creator Jasmine Cannon

Interview with ‘Masterpiece’ creator Jasmine Cannon

Entertainment, Film & TV
Words: Tracey Popoola | Subbing: Joanne Clark We caught up with newcomer Jasmine Cannon during the making of her film Masterpiece to talk about how she got into the industry, as well as the challenges of becoming a filmmaker in London. We also spoke about the launch of her first film, which is set to premiere at the PeckhamPlex cinema in Peckham on 3rd December. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAl9Erhl2vU&t=9s  
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