Richard Lutz rifles through the tv listings to come up with a John Ford classic….begorrah
Following a three-day breather in the city’s groovy bars, Martin Longley jumps into the second weekend of the Gent Jazz Festival.
Simon Hale reviews the Broadway production of Kinky Boots.
Terry Wills reports on the Birmingham & Midland Operatic Society’s performance of Carousel.
Simon Hale found nothing alien about spending an evening in a New York theatre being wowed by Sigourney Weaver. Here’s his review.
Richard Lutz takes his seat at the RSC in Stratford for a rude funny Jacobean play called Mad World
You might think an Argentine restaurant would be out of place in Birmingham. Tammy Facey has been to check it out and is rather smitten.
Our Tammy has been out sampling the fare in Birmingham once more. She brings news of an independent in the heart of the city.
Tammy Facey has been for a science lesson. An experience which obviously left her reeling.
The new Shakespeare production of ‘As You Like It’ in Stratford exudes comedy and warmth, says critic Megan Luesley
Once again Tammy Facey, our intrepid gastro-gnome, has been out in the field doing what she likes best. Here’s her report.
Martin Longley sees Spiritualized compress their cosmic selves into a tiny Brooklyn DIY venue…
Terry Wills on the latest production of a popular favourite.
Our scoffing roving reporter has been out sampling the delights of Birmingham cuisine. Here’s her report on San Carlo.
Ever wondered what it’s like to be down to your last billion? Dave Woodhall found out.
“It isn’t often that the star of a show is the costume designer. But Eloise Kazan has fashioned beautiful outfits for this play”, writes Richard Lutz
Did you know in June 1867, Edgbaston hosted Britain’s second National Olympic Games?
Martin Longley delivers part two of his Gent Jazzfest review…
Richard Lutz reviews Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming at The Swan in Stratford
Dave Woodhall reports from the frontline of the great musical crusade.
Is it ever possible to improve on the original? Russell Brand & co are the latest to try.
The title’s great but what about the rest of it? Read on and find out.
Matthew Bourne likes to take old fashioned ballets and operas, rip them from their moorings and fling them into new settings. Richard Lutz reviews Cinderella.