Brendan Coyle

21 Feb 19
Winnipeg Sun

DENVER — The biggest problem was easy to identify. The solution? That’s been a little bit more difficult for the Winnipeg Jets to solve during this recent funk. Thanks to a 7-1 loss to the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday, the Jets have dropped three consecutive games in regulation for the first time this season and […]

18 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

FEBRUARY February 14: Tokyo, Japan Hiroaki Teshigawara vs. Yuki Iriguchi, 12 rounds, junior feather weights Kenichi Horikawa vs Satoru Todaka, 10 rounds, junior junior flyweights February 15: Hinckley, Minn. (ESPN / ESPN deportes) Rob Brant vs. Khasan Baysangurov, 12 rounds, middleweights Joshua Greer vs. Joshua Greer Giovanni Escaner, 10 laps, Bantamweights Mikaela Mayer vs. Yareli […]

18 Feb 19

The chemistry between the leads and a few finely etched supporting turns provide welcome counterweight to the movie’s formulaic progression, welcome especially for those who have seen their fair share of entries in the love-story-with-medical-complication subgenre. Those who haven’t — teens and young adults — will most appreciate the feature, but all-ages fans of the […]

18 Feb 19
Chuchay's Blog

Me Before You movie was a great film for the people who can understand the story. There are a lot of lessons that we can gain from this movie not just about your personality but also about your love issues. Let me tell you first what is the story all about for you to be […]

16 Feb 19
Love London Love Culture

Transferring from the Theatre Royal Bath, David Suchet stars in this revival of Arthur Miller’s play.  Londonist: **** “Jonathan Church’s excellent, slow-burning production retains our attention in a long play that tends towards the verbose and over-explanatory, but powerfully shows the price people pay for their key decisions in life.” Camden New Journal: “Jonathan Church’s production is superbly acted. Brendan Coyle is totally convincing as Victor, with just a sense […]

15 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

Celtic fans expect the chickens to come home to rest (or not?) Over the poultry buzz the club pays on the transfer market. Much has been done from the distance of £ 130 million against the value of the Valencia side against Valencia, even before the Spaniards in Parkhead had a similar class difference. But […]

13 Feb 19

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12 The NHL Trade Deadline is nearly upon us, and with it comes the rumor mill that has been running rampant all over Twitter. Whether it be about a big fish like Artemi Panarin or a lesser-known commodity like Ryan Dzingel, fans and analysts have shared opinions while […]

13 Feb 19
The Great British Blogging Show: Amber's Adventures

A couple days ago I bought all the flights and hostels for my spring break trip! My friend Randall and I will be going to Madrid and Berlin. Any recommendations anyone has would be greatly appreciated! We celebrated booking everything by drawing sharpie tattoos (haha see below for a picture). Tonight I went to a […]

12 Feb 19
The Beast's Pen

Writer: Arthur Miller      Director: Jonathan Church ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Superficially, all of Arthur Miller’s great plays are deeply rooted in American culture and history, but their enduring appeal on this side of the Atlantic reflects the universality and timelessness of the writer’s human themes. Transferring from the Theatre Royal Bath, Jonathan Church’s production of the […]

12 Feb 19
Lacrosse Bucket

As the NLL season heads into week 10 it’s time to sit back and look at how this first half of the season has looked for each team in the league. For some their season has gone just as expected, but for others they may wish that they could have a do over.  It’s been […]

11 Feb 19
Gareth's Culture and Travel Blog

This is the second in what appears to be an informal Miller mini-festival. It started with Enemy of the People at the Union Theatre last month and continues with American Clock & All My Sons at the Old Vic and Death of a Salesman across the road at the Young Vic. This fiftieth anniversary production […]

10 Feb 19
Little Old Me

Hello my lovelies, hope you are all doing well! February is proving to be a busy, busy month already filled with seeing the latest offerings that the West End has to offer. If I’m not trying to get through all my Netflix list (anyone else seen the Fyre Fest and Abducted in Plain Sight documentaries?) […]

10 Feb 19

Who is your wellbeing hero? Brendan Coyle How have they helped to improve your wellbeing? Led through relentless positivity, optimism and belief in others. Always looks for a reason for fun, exercise and a good walk in the hills followed by a rewarding pint of ale. What makes them your wellbeing hero? Always looks for […]