Olivier Assayas's film on the aftermath of May 1968 is infantile ultra-leftism
The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime, excellently adapted by Simon Stephens from Mark Haddon's book, begins with Christopher's discovery of his neighbour's dead dog.
Refugee Boy memorably explores the territories of home, family and belonging
Doctor Faustus conjuring rock stars, a Pope dancing with Elvis and buckets of KFC
It's hard being a teenage pop star but Tanita Tikaram has weathered the process better than most. Famous at 19 with the international hit single Good Tradition, she's since gone on to release seven albums.
It's hard to believe that it's over two decades since Birmingham's favourite indie rockers Ocean Colour Scene released their first album and almost the same time since the critically acclaimed second album Moseley Shoals shoved them into the Britpop limelight.
Squeezing through the throng at the second of Wilko Johnson's farewell gigs in London, it's hard not to imagine those men of a certain age - outnumbering the women six to one - in their youthful glory.
The formula of casting a screen star in a West End production invariably gets bums on seats and that's certainly the case in this production of Macbeth featuring James McAvoy as the eponymous villain who "murdered sleep."
Red Ladder's new show makes a sharp connection between the market economy and prison
Computer technology is advancing at such a rapid pace it's little wonder it isn't utilised more in theatres, perhaps because the tech geeks are still too much in a minority for that to happen. Or are the purists afraid to try something different?
You can tell where Jarrod Dickenson hails from because he a lonesome traveler with the US spelling of the word. It turns out he's Texas born, currently resident in New York, and your archetypical troubadour.