Review: Hear, Speak, See

A brilliantly dramatic examination of women’s power plays at a dinner party like no other.


Review: Distance Remaining

A quirky film, beautifully acted about three separate lives.


Review: Still Life

A curious short film blend of choreography and couch surfing between two movement artists in Berlin and Montreal.


Review: My House

A fascinating films walks us through the celebrity history of a Los Angeles house


Review: Thirteen Fragments

A fascinating poetic musing on the COVID pandemic focused on the resilient experience of women of colour, delivered with great panache.


Review: Sacrament

A revelation, superbly written and acted. Comparisons have been made with A Girl Is A Half-formed Thing. I can think of no higher praise either. You must see this.


Review: Living Newspaper #7

Like all the Royal Court’s Living Newspaper series, we need this. Watch a group of young dramatists take on the future


Review: Vespertilio

Vespertilio marks Barry McStay’s emergence as a writer of distinction. Anything he writes now should be looked out for.


Review: Jew… ish

One of the wittiest but also truthful comedies about love, identity, sexual politics and gefilte fish I’ve seen


Review: Living Newspaper #6

Like all the Royal Court’s Living Newspaper series, we need this. Watch what this does with the future


Review: New Moon Monologues April

As we saw in March, don’t be lulled by friendly colours and fluffy fonts. Queens of Cups again proves they’re a company to revel with and wait for heart-stopping reveals


Review: Icarus

After all the gods and their lack of choice, we come to the final instalment, the human dimension. Where we have one. A heartfelt, satisfying finish.


Review: Pygmalion

The most profound reinvention of this particular myth I’ve seen


Review: Orpheus

A terrific reinvention, bringing gods and heroines up from the death of myth to an altered world.


Review: Persephone

Dazzling: wise, clever twists about choice, male determination, and consequence.


Review: New Moon Monologues March

Don’t be lulled by the friendly colours and fluffy fonts. Queen of Cups is absolutely a company to watch, and its showcase productions are literally unmissable


Review: Selene

A beautiful film about a trio of people connected by relationships which resolves over time


Review: Before After

A pristine, heartwarming Valentine of a musical, starring a pair of real-life lovers, it deserves a real-life run


Review: Uncle Vanya

The definitive Vanya for our times


Review: Roots

An Edinburgh International Festival, HOME Manchester, Spoleto Festival USA & Theatre de la Ville Paris co-production


Review: Salome

A spellbinding live soundtrack to a visually stunning silent film


Review: Collisions

A simple, disarming story of balance and tradition undone by cutting edge science and technology - delivered by cutting edge Virtual Reality technology - that leaves us questioning the complexity and unintended consequences of progress.


Review: Under The Skin

The iconic film, with a live orchestra playing the score


Review: Hinker

A short musing film on the nature of curiosity


Review: Zvizdal

A beautiful filmic portrait of lives in isolation


Review: The Centenarians

A charming film interviewing people over 100 years old


Review: Bonanza

A documentary film about a remote and fractured town


Review: TEAM makes a play

An exciting documentary offering real insight into the process of devised theatre