Richard Lutz takes in a long elegy to the Mafia life If you like mafia films, The Irishman is for you. If you dislike them, save yourself time and money. This is, simply, Martin Scorsese’s tour de force, maybe at age 77, a type of farewell. It’s firmly set in the bleached picaresque…
Richard Lutz roams through another week.
Richard Lutz watches two plays on the same Stratford stage. But does it work?
Richard Lutz takes a pew for a Cuban spectacle.
Richard Lutz takes in the autumn.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at the Birmingham Hippodrome.
Richard Lutz checks into Hotel Ballotbox.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for King John at Stratford’s Swan Theatre.
Richard Lutz reports on a step forward in opening the Moseley/Kings Heath train line.
Richard Lutz rakes his pew for a lively night down at The Birmingham Hippodrome
A cheeky take on Jane Austen’s classic comedy of manners tickles Richard Lutz’s ribs.
strong>Richard Lutz watches a classic ballet stunningly turned on its head.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a moving journey through the past.
Richard Lutz says goodbye to a friend.
Richard Lutz reports on another blighted week in Old Blighty.
Richard Lutz points the finger of blame at you-know-who.
Richard Lutz watches democracy go down the pan.
Richard Lutz tries to persuade his MP to turn his back on No Deal come October.
Richard Lutz on the double massacre in the US.
Richard Lutz holds his breath as Britain twists in the wind.
Richard Lutz feverishly peers into his crystal ball as the political world swirls around him.
Richard Lutz is whisked back to a Shakespearean play set in a turn of the century Vienna.
Richard Lutz sits back and thinks of baseball and England.
Richard Lutz is dragged into the world of Restoration noir at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Richard Lutz is reduced to writing about garbage.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a triple treat.
Richard Lutz gets to see the woods through the trees.
Richard Lutz decides it’s time to re-consider 216, 191 and good old number 50.
Richard Lutz watches dance fusion between east and west.
Richard Lutz grabs a barstool for a 3D version of the original Mother of Invention.