GLOW is fabulous entertainment with crisp, witty dialogue and unexpectedly affecting poignant moments. Yet GLOW avoids being too earnestly up its own arse by being fun and just downright silly most of the time.
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Carnival of the Bold: inspiring boldness
A mish-mash of talents, from the awesomely indefatigable George Gittoes, the infectiously confident spoken word artist Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa, to the vibrantly charming Malaysian dissident cartoonist Zunar were some of this year’s line up of storytellers at the Carnival of the Bold 2016 (June 6, 2016).