Timely and necessary documentary about determination and female empowerment.
Visually stunning, albeit shallow, portrayal of denial and isolation primarily carried by the strength of its star.
A lack-lustre portrayal of disenfranchisement and teenage angst that only serves as a platform for Green Day’s music.
Powerful musical stuns audience with heart-warming tale of friendship and tolerance.
Bland film with a strong central performance that adds little to the legacy of Lizzie Borden.
Redford’s swansong is an excellent send-off and look back at the actor’s venerable career.
Although Theatre Paradok deliver a strong performance, they fail to make the societal statements they set out to.
Excellent performances are hindered by numerous technical issues.
German youth theatre gives admirable performance at Chrysalis festival.
Sleek 70’s crime-comedy is simultaneously a powerful critique on modern America.
Texan lyricist’s rock-inspired album highlights the versatility of herself and Americana.
Despite some endearing performances from the young actors, Strange Town’s production still has room for improvement.
Wils Wilson and Janice Parker’s experimental adaptation challenges assumptions about theatre and creates a special community, but doesn’t always hit the mark.
Swedish metallers return and try something different on a powerful new record.
Seabright Productions’ creative adaptation keeps the cherished sitcom’s legacy alive.
Gary McNair’s eye-opening exploration of toxic masculinity is still highly relevant