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Stewart Tunnicliff has 33 articles published.

Coming from a theatre and performance background, and being a celluloid aficionado, it only seemed right that Stewart aka theLingoGuy pursued this through his other passion of writing. He is also very excited by the theatre and documentary scene developing locally, particularly English Theatre Leipzig, DOK and GlobalLE. However, he keeps an eye on the ground breaking stuff in the Fringe, Slam poetry, Battle Rap and the many fusion genre TV series and films. As you can see, you can expect a diverse palette of stage and screen choices, as well as other passions that he will paint from with his words.

Review: “Lamb” and “Deutschland 83”

in Culture / Entertainment/History/Reviews/TV

These two screen gems are/were a delight to watch, even if one may be a bit more like rough coal to some.

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Movies: watch ’em for free

in Culture / Entertainment/Movies

It’s the last day of the year and you just want to be in the cozy comfort of your own home. No fireworks. No crowds. No drama. Well, maybe a little drama or a comedy or a thriller or a mystery.

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5 Gems of Gohlis

in Food/Leipzig tips
Super dog friendly Gohlis. (Photo: Stewart Tunnicliff)

Which is your favourite quarter of Leipzig? Stewart gives us 5 of the reasons he lives in Gohlis.

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Stage and Screen: The Stars Strike Back

in Arts/Culture / Entertainment/Leipzig/Movies/Opinion/Reviews
Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf
Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf

The force acts as one – that’s what happens when two geeky sic-fi vigilantes and Leipglo columnists go to watch Star Wars.

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Mac batty beth

in Reviews/Theater
Lindsay Raggett and Justin Sands in Elsie & Norm's Macbeth, photo Kapuczino

Something witty this way comes via English Theatre Leipzig

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Stage and Screen: Code Black; the new ER

in Culture / Entertainment/TV

Code Black certainly has enough about it to become a good series for me to continue with, and it is nice to see very strong female characters on mainstream TV in an ensemble cast of mainstays and aspiring-to-be ones.

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