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Proms on the Prom

Richard Johnson, Adam Johnson and Richard & Adam - Proms on the Prom held at Rhyl Events Arena - Rhyl, United Kingdom - Sunday 24th August 2014

Richard Johnson, Adam Johnson and Richard & Adam
Richard Johnson and Richard & Adam

The Cheltenham Festival - Day 3

Richard Johnson and Reve De Sivola (FR) - The Cheltenham Festival - Day 3 - Cheltenham, United Kingdom - Tuesday 11th March 2014

The Cheltenham Festival - Day 3

Richard Johnson and Fingal Bay (IRE) Winner of 2.05 The Pertemps Network Final. - The Cheltenham Festival - Day 3 - Cheltenham, United Kingdom - Thursday 13th March 2014

Richard Johnson and Fingal Bay (IRE) Winner of 2.05 The Pertemps Network Final.
Richard Johnson and Fingal Bay (IRE) Winner of 2.05 The Pertemps Network Final.
Richard Johnson and Fingal Bay (IRE) Winner of 2.05 The Pertemps Network Final.
Richard Johnson and Fingal Bay (IRE) Winner of 2.05 The Pertemps Network Final.
Richard Johnson and Fingal Bay (IRE) Winner of 2.05 The Pertemps Network Final.

Richard and Adam Living The Impossible Dream After Britain's Got Talent


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TV talent show winners haven’t been so successful of late; think The X-Factor’s James Arthur and The Voice’s Leanne Mitchell. But Britain’s Got Talent Winners – Richard and Adam – have topped the U.K album charts following their third-place finish on Britain’s Got Talent.

In doing so, they beat another talent-show product, x factor runner-up Jahmene Douglas, off the top spot. Richard and Adam’s profile was raised somewhat when a woman ran on stage to throw eggs at Simon Cowell for his influence on the music business.

Their album - The Impossible Dream - features hearty renditions of The Power of Love, Unchained Melody, Amazing Grace and Ave Maria. "It's amazing - you've made our Nan extremely happy, so thank you to each and everyone of you who's bought the album," Adam told the Official Charts Company.

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Celebrities leave the ITV studios

Adam Johnson, Richard Johnson and The Johnson Brothers - Celebrities leave the ITV Studios - London, United Kingdom - Monday 22nd April 2013

Richard Johnson, Adam Johnson and The Johnson Brothers
Adam Johnson, Richard Johnson and The Johnson Brothers
Adam Johnson, Richard Johnson and The Johnson Brothers

Love Heals at Luna Farm

Richard Johnson - Guest, Richard Johnson, Samantha Yanks, David Yanks Saturday 7th July 2012 Love Heals at Luna Farm

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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Review


Good
In Mark Herman's adaptation of John Boyne's controversial children's bestseller offering a kid's-eye view of Holocaust, the young eight-year-old Bruno (Asa Butterfield) has the wide, blue-eyed innocence of the unprotected. Sheltered and half in a fantasy world, he runs through city streets with his friends, his arms outstretched like wings, gliding untouched through the busy and congested world of adults. Herman bathes these opening scenes in a fantastic fairy-tale burnish, like a golden world ready to be lost.

Bruno shares a family dinner with his loving parents (Vera Farmiga and David Thewlis) and his older sister Gretel (Amber Beattie). With their sparkling British Masterpiece Theatre accents, the family appears as well-scrubbed paragons of British banality. (Even Richard Johnson, that great bastion of British nobility from the epics of the 1960s, is exhumed to appear as the family's Grandpa.) So it comes as a shock when Thewlis dons a German commandant's uniform for a going-away party and Herman quietly reveals that the Dad has been reassigned, taking the family with him. As Dad remarks, "Home is where the family is." In this case, however, home is Auschwitz and Dad is the new camp commandant, who will be supervising the mass exterminations.

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The Haunting (1963) Review


Weak
Yeah, it's really rated G. Not particularly scary (anymore), this "bloodless" horror film is all in your head. Julie Harris disappoints as the nutty Eleanor, who screams and squeals a lot when she figures a haunted house is out to get her. Frankly, it put me to sleep -- and Harris's constant, nagging voice over makes you want to tape your ears shut.
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