NEWS: Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World to Tour the UK This Spring

Spring tour dates have been announced for the musical, set to open at the The Playhouse in Liverpool on the 25th March. Following on from its premiere last Autumn, it has been confirmed that Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World will embark on UK tour in the Spring. This stage adaptation of Kate Pankhurst’s… Read More

NEWS: Cast and Creatives Announced for Ready, Steady, GO

The world premiere production will run at the Polka’s Adventure Theatre from the 29th January until the 27th March. Written and directed by Polka’s Artistic Director Peter Glanville, Ready, Steady, GO! takes audiences on a journey of the natural world by bike, whilst exploring the bond between a mother and her young daughter. When Sofia discovers… Read More

NEWS: Palme d’Or Winning Titane to Be Released Digitally Next Month

It has been announced that Julia Ducournau’s film will have a digital release on the 7th February. It has been announced that Julia Ducournau’s Palme d’Or winning film will be available to watch through ​​ and other digital platforms from the 7th February. With a titanium plate surgically fused to her skull following a car crash… Read More

Review Round Up: Nightmare Alley

We round up the reviews for Guillermo del Toro’s latest film based on William Lindsay Gresham’s 1946 novel. The Guardian: **** “This film has a horribly ingenious premise and there is something chilling in the central concept: Stan’s mind-reading spiritualist routine, though deeply dishonest, is in fact founded on a set of truths about human… Read More

Review Round Up: Belfast

We round up the reviews for Kenneth Branagh’s latest film out now in cinemas… The Guardian: ***** “There is a terrific warmth and tenderness to Kenneth Branagh’s elegiac, autobiographical movie about the Belfast of his childhood: spryly written, beautifully acted and shot in a lustrous monochrome, with set pieces, madeleines and epiphanies that feel like… Read More

REVIEW: Pride & Prejudice* (*Sort of), Criterion Theatre

This boisterous and hilarious take on Pride and Prejudice while offering a contemporary view of the story retains its heart. Throw in a touch of swearing, a few classic karaoke songs while bringing Jane Austen’s classic love story to the stage and you end up with a smart and sassy version of Pride and Prejudice… Read More