HOWARD JACKSON says the Betsey Trotwood Pub in Clerkenwell is a perfect fit for the launch of two new vampire books
A new sculpture was officially unveiled yesterday at the corner of Union Street and Blackfriars Road, on the last day of the Charles Dickens bicentenary. As a 12 year old boy, Dickens used to walk past a statue of a dog and pot over a shop as he went to work (yes, work), vowing to one day go back to school and make something of himself. He later immortalised it in his autobiography: READ FULL ARTICLE...
Wanna see a silent version of Christmas Carol made by the same people who made the first Frankenstein film?
Lots of versions of A Christmas Carol, but have you seen the first sound version – Scrooge (1935)?
Full movie of Scrooge (1951), starring Alastair Sim as the mean old Mr Scrooge.