A witty and moving adaptation of Christopher Reid's narrative poem about the bitterness and disappointment of middle age.
Omnipresent writer Theresa Rebeck conquers the stage and small screen.
The Song of Lunch is poetry on screen, performed by two of the best actors in the business.
The end has come, but it is a thrilling one, indeed
HP 7.2 has finally come, so everyone to say goodbye.
The Abbey's star-studded production shows this problematic late work of Ibsen's in as good a light as you're likely to see.
HP 7.1 has finally arrived and feels as halved as its title.
Sort of noir, sort of art house and you'll have to watch it twice.
My thoughts on the highly anticipated Burton film.
Another solid outing for the wizard franchise.