Charlotte Skeoch

Freelance writer, blogger and critic of anything that moves

Charlotte is a freelance writer who exercises her acid tongue on her blog, Young Free and Cynical (www.charlotteskeoch.blogspot.com). When she's not being precociously cranky, she can be found at www.celluloidheroesradio.com stretching her film legs, or at www.arbuturian.com doing her best impression of a culture vulture.

A veritable twitter slut, you can follow her at @charlieskeoch if you don't mind sweary skepticism.
Review- Sherlock Holmes: Game of

Review- Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows

Marrying just the right measures of humour, mystery and fisty cuffs, <em>Sherlock</em> succeeds in a genre that <em>Pirates of the Caribbean</em> couldn't and that <em>Harry Potter</em> was always a bit young for.
16/12/2011 16:43 GMT
Review: The Royal Ballet's Sleeping

Review: The Royal Ballet's Sleeping Beauty

Loaded with this much creative resplendence, one would expect to sit through <em>The Sleeping Beauty</em> with a Cheshire Cat grin, clapping like an over-enthusiastic seal and emoting enough blindly zealous praise to rival American Idol judges.
01/12/2011 14:07 GMT
Lego The Movie? What Child's

Lego The Movie? What Child's Play!

In a world full of shimmering gems of nostalgia - offering so much more than the boxy logic of Lego, why couldn't we have a celluloid interpretation of something more inspiring? Listen up, producers of America, I'm pitching...
22/11/2011 10:41 GMT
Rambert Dance Company: Seven for a

Rambert Dance Company: Seven for a Secret...

Watching Rambert is never going to be an arduous task- they are a company of some of the finest contemporary dancers in the country, and their astounding ability is reason enough to see any show.
17/11/2011 22:46 GMT