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The Merry Wives of Windsor RSC Review

“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” - The RSC's TOWIE inspired take breathes new life into this classic play.

Review – The Meg

Jason Statham wrestles a great white on steroids in The Meg, and takes absolutely no regard for science in the process. But honestly, who cares?

Review – Ant-Man and the Wasp

Scratch below the surface too deeply and you may find yourself in a quantum level of confusion. Accept this film for what it is: a Paul Rudd outing in the Marvel Universe, and you ...

Review – Grace Carter’s ‘Saving Grace’ EP

Following her tour with Dua Lipa, Grace Carter has released her debut EP 'Saving Grace' and Miro newcomer Madeline Royle can tell you; "She is fresh, she is unique, and s...

Review – Mission Impossible: Fallout

As ridiculous as they come, Mission Impossible: Fallout is utterly ludicrous and absolutely predictable, but it's still riotously good fun.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again review

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is more of a Super Trooper then SOS as we get to know Lily James as the young Donna during her wild summer of love.

Pigspurt’s Daughter – A warm tribute fascinated with the nature of storytelling

Having grown up repeatedly watching her father Ken Campbell’s one-man shows, Daisy Campbell is now marking the 10 year anniversary of her dad’s death with a Campbellian monologue o...

Alkaline – A tense exchange of opposing values and difficult truths

Tom Preston heads to the Park Theatre for the ​world premiere of Alkaline by Stephanie Martin and directed by Sarah Meadows.

Review – Hotel Artemis

Hotel Artemis is a confused comedy-thriller that lacks a coherent story but still delivers a blood-lust quenching gut-punch of dystopian violence porn.

Miss Littlewood Review – RSC

‘Marrying pathos with panache’, ‘Miss Littlewood’ is a sparkling, joyful production with moments of real poignancy. Sam Kenyon’s creation is a must-see moving tribute to the immens...