There is a new, smart club in town, and they have decided to help Londoners relax in their stylish surroundings by putting on cabaret. But instead of sexy girls in Basques, they offer good singers.
There are, says David Greig, two ways to stage Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: the Charlie Bucket way or the Willy Wonka way.
For big-screen zombies, the release of World War Z later this week will mark a climactic breakthrough.
Like cities and civilisations, superheroes need their foundation myths.
It must be the last act of superhero revisionism: abolishing the word "super".
Hey, John, we're at the Google Hangout (1) where you've just been asked questions by your budding-musician fans and the presenter hailed you as, variously "attractive", "a superstar", and "a nine-times Grammy winner".
Despite featuring Hollywood heavyweights Matt Damon and Michael Douglas, Behind the Candelabra, just released in UK cinemas, was deemed 'too much' for release in US theatres. It premiered on pay cable channel HBO at the end of May, where it is still showing.
'Suffragette' is the story of the women who battled for equals right in London in the 1910's, and it's a must see
The half-serious thing they always say about jazz, particularly the “cool jazz” popularized by Miles Davis, is that you have to listen to the notes they don’t play.
Regression is a supernatural thriller that's not quite thrilling