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Gillian Fisher reviews the touring production from Trafalgar Entertainment at the New Wimbledon Theatre.
The greatest surprise of Death of a Salesman is how searingly relevant this classic play still is to our technology obsessed society 70 years later.
Marrying the ideas of fitting in as an outcast and the intrigue of finding your tribe, Ali Abbasi’s Oscar nominated and award-winning film adds a fresh spin to the concepts of self...
In the midst of awards season, with the Oscars just around the corner, there could not be a better time to watch Claire’s Camera, Hong Sang-Soos’s self-mocking retrospective on the...
A film within a play, based on a film adaptation of a different play. Confused? Sounds like Ivo van Hove directing. Emily Garside reviews All About Eve:
Anthropocene, an operatic metaphor for our current geologic epoch, explores the primitive motivations behind human behaviours. Stuart MacRae and Louise Welsh reunite to present a c...
Debating whether or not to have kids should be simple, right? No Kids, an honest, joyful and touching play, shows us it’s not so simple after all. Lucy Curtis reviews:
Nicôle Lecky’s wickedly clever debut play Superhoe, about the mercenary world of sex work, delivers a searing lesson in empathy. Annabel Mellor reviews:
Seymour may have convinced his boss to give him the time of day again, but I’m not sure he could persuade the audience. Katie Graham reviews Octopus Soup:
A coming-of-age comedy, a father and son learn to face their issues on a holiday like no other after they "try everything once." Jonathan Penney reviews My Dad's Gap Year:...