Richard Lutz reviews his week and barely leaves Edinburgh alive after three days at the city’s incessant Festival.
Richard Lutz finds the toughest TV film of the week on his 90″ flatscreen.
Food and gardens combine at the NEC.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the Canadian dance troupe.
Richard Lutz takes to the terraces for a classic comedy at the Rep.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a dance rendition of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
The latest report from the hot desk of Sir Howard Elston
Will Mapplebeck dives into his Christmas flatscreen and gets a right royal bucket of enjoyment.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a story about power and the inability to compromise.
Richard Lutz wrestles with the wreckage of another week.
Richard Lutz enters the digital world of new tech artists.
Richard Lutz dredges the tv movie schedules for the film you just gotta see Well, sport fans, there’s some real ugly junk on the box this week when it comes to movies- though there is a peep of light with a Muppets’ effort called Kermit: The Swamp Years (Thurs, Sky Family, 2.50AM).…
Richard Lutz explains why this movie about love and generosity is the natural choice for the best film award this Sunday.
It’s circus time at the Birmingham Rep as the Cirque Beserk sets up the big top. Richard Lutz was there with a helper.
Richard Lutz gets all gung-ho about the most intriguing movie on the box this week
Richard Lutz watches a night of pure roots at Symphony Hall.
Richard Lutz sits down to a quip-heavy dinner party at the Birmingham Rep.
Richard Lutz takes a pew for a gripping tale about homelessness and the enduring power of love.
Imagine a 30 foot high Ariel towering above Propero – that’s what you get in this groundbreaking performance, says Richard Lutz
Richard Lutz brushes up his Shakespeare, thanks to the Welsh National Opera.
Richard Lutz reviews The Rover at the RSC’s Swan Theatre in Stratford upon Avon.
Richard Lutz is in two minds about the latest RSC offering at Stratford on Avon.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at Birmingham’s Town Hall for a concert by an old troubadour
Bournville Vilage Trust to encourage new net users.
Will Mapplebeck, a Newcastle-based lobbyist, attends the party conferences. Here, he drinks in the Tory knees up
A second member of our reviewing team, Simon Hale, assesses the world premiere of the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s The Tempest.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the premiere of a Shakespeare classic at the Birmingham Hippodrome.
Top improv names set for city dates.
Richard Lutz reviews the classical violinist suffused with the blues
City university launches celebration of noted producer’s work.