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Stewart Tunnicliff has 33 articles published.

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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.

Stage and Screen: An actor’s story….post the Fringe

in Arts
raymond wilson as robin in cleansed, photo ana beatriz ribero

As a stage performer and recently a mentor I am always keeping an eye and an ear or two out for new talented performers. One of the places you can be sure that new talent crops up is the Edinburgh Fringe. But as I have not been there for an age and a bit, I…

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Alcohol – loving dependable partner or treacherous mistress of the night?

in Philosophies/Poetry
"Istanbul Night Out," by S. Tunnicliff.

In this poem that grabbed me right away when he performed it at the latest open mic at Poniatowski, Stewart Tunnicliff describes the personalities and feel of the many kinds of booze he’s romanced (or at least hung out intensely with).

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Stage and Screen: The Square somewhat abandoned by us

in Movies

Been awhile since I have been left horrified and speechless by a documentary.

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Clashing Cultures and Cuisines

in Movies
Helen Mirren and Manish Dayal in The hundred foot journey

If you have been following my columns since I started, they have been all about TV and films, but in these times of austerity and cutbacks in the arts, I wanted to show my respect for the great things happening in theater as well. In light of this and coming from a theater background the…

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A gypsy at heart? Peaky Blinders

in Culture / Entertainment/Reviews
“BABY FACE” HARRY FOWLES, MEMBER OF THE REAL PEAKY BLINDERS GANG. BY POLICE PHOTOGRAPHER – DAILY MAIL WEBSITE. LICENSED UNDER PUBLIC DOMAIN VIA WIKIMEDIA COMMONS.

Here our all-things-celluloid columnist, who can identify with and is drawn to aspects of a gypsy lifestyle, gives us a review of one of his favorite TV series at the moment, Peaky Blinders, which depicts Irish Gypsies with some grit and nuance.

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Special: 5 tips for effectively managing your blog

in Leipzig on the web
Digitally displayed artwork by Stewart Tunnicliff.

Our glocal MoviesAndTV columnist doubles as a web site developer and host using the Wordpress platform, is currently revamping his site, and wanted to share with our readers who may have or want to start their own site/blog some of what he’s learned along the way.

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