Olivier Assayas's film on the aftermath of May 1968 is infantile ultra-leftism
A new version of Henrik Ibsen's Public Enemy is an acute reminder of ongoing corruption in the body politic
Thunder Road Theatre Company certainly like a challenge.
Written by Alexander Marshall, And In The End: The Life And Death Of John Lennon strives to represent Lennon's state of mind at the moment of his assassination outside the Dakota apartment building in New York.
A revival of Harold Pinter's The Hothouse plays for laughs but misses its sinister undertones
When you think of extreme metal bands certain images come to mind. Long hair, shaved heads and hard-core riffing. But members of Manchester-based Acolyte look like they wouldn't be out of place in the latest indie band to stagger out of Camden and the music on new album Alta also offers the metal listener something different.
The second record from Spectrals - aka young gun Louis Jones - Sob Story is a stupendously good collection of swaggering, garage-guitar rock.
Confounding journalists left, right and centre with his politics, or lack of them, Frank Turner's fifth album is a mixed bag.
Now in its seventh year, Live At Leeds takes quasi-military planning to fresh heights with over 120 acts spread across 10 city-centre venues.
A rising star give a memorable performance as Nora in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House