Olivier Assayas's film on the aftermath of May 1968 is infantile ultra-leftism
The Brothers Grimm might struggle to recognise Sleeping Beauty from Matthew Bourne's new ballet adaptation.
Enthused by an innovative production of a war story delivered by a brilliant cast
Barefoot and free, Sinead O'Connor mines a seemingly inexhaustible stream of terror and pleasure in this Barbican outing.
Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters founder Dave Grohl's first venture into film is a documentary on legendary Los Angeles studio Sound City.
Articulating working-class struggle, trade unionism and what society we should be aiming to create, Sean Taylor's Love Against Death is a timely intervention in a period when resistance music has been lacking in the class war onslaught of Tory-led austerity.
The a cappella legends have still got what it takes
Set on an aristocratic estate in late 19th-century Sweden, August Strindberg's Miss Julie revolves around the antics of the mistress of the household and daughter of a count with the servants. Her emotional involvement with one of them, Jean, leads to a psychological and sexual power struggle.
There was something prescient about The Animals And Children Took To The Streets by the 1927 theatre company when it was first staged in 2010 at the Battersea Arts Centre in London.
Freshly arrived from Argentina, a breath of fresh air, a bringer of hope, an inspiration to the faithful and the nemesis of the Evil One. No, don't worry, I haven't gone all Catholic on you. I'm talking about Brighton's new centre forward Leo Ulloa and the way he ripped our arch-rivals Crystal Palace apart last weekend. Absolutely wonderful.