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TV Review: Silent Witness Series 10

Series 10 of Silent Witness, aka the one where they add episodes, make Harry a wannabe stand-up…

Posted in Silent Witness TV

TV Review: Silent Witness Series 9

Series 9 of Silent Witness, aka the one where it is dangerous to be related to the…

Posted in TV

TV Review: Motherland Series 3

Series 3 of Motherland returns to give us more of the excellent parental shenanigans, led by the…

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News: The Mono Box launch The Monologue Library

I mean, just look at this absolute treasure trove of theatrical talent!  We are proud to announce…

Posted in Film LGBT+

Film Review: Judy (2019)

Renée Zellweger is sensational in Judy, a deeply moving account of Judy Garland’s final months in London…

Posted in Cheek By Jowl Chris Bush David Mamet Duncan Macmillan Finborough Theatre Internationaal Theater Amsterdam Ivo van Hove Lin-Manuel Miranda Mike Leigh Musicals National Theatre Nick Payne Propeller Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch Royal Court Shakespeare Theatre Tom Wells West End Wilton's Music Hall Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

10 of my top moments of the decade

Ever behind the curve, I present 10 of my top moments in a theatre over the last…

Posted in Duncan Macmillan Old Vic Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: Lungs, Old Vic Theatre

Claire Foy and Matt Smith excel in a welcome revival of Duncan Macmillan’s climate change/relationship drama Lungs…

Posted in Duncan Macmillan National Theatre Theatre West End

Re-review: People, Places and Things, Wyndham’s Theatre

“I want to live vividly” There’s something rather apposite about the rush to label Denise Gough’s performance…

Posted in Duncan Macmillan Headlong National Theatre Theatre

Review: People, Places and Things, National Theatre

“You can’t do karaoke unless you’re part of the group” Oh expectation, you fickle thing – so…