Film & Theatre

Witness For The Prosecution review: perfectly staged at County Hall

The real courtroom setting ignites yet another production of the Agatha Christie masterpiece

The intriguing story of the Young Vic

London is the theatre capital of the world, reckons a new hardback book by ...

MUST DO: Tales From The Arabian Nights

Gather the little troops, pray to the weather-gods and enjoy some outdoor theatre this ...

Look sharp Brixton, Ovalhouse is coming

Full steam ahead on the SW9 relocation thanks to a little boost from the ...

Cathy Owen on Home Truths at the Bunker, Southwark

The acclaimed actor on the nine micro-plays, written by nine playwrights, on homelessness and ...

Review: Trainspotting, The Vaults

The new production is a shocking slice of immersive theatre in an atmospheric tunnel

Review: Closer To Heaven, Union Theatre

The musical by Pet Shop Boys and playwright Jonathan Harvey is back

MUST DO: South Social Film Festival

Central London has the BFI London Film Festival, east London has the East London ...

Score: a jukebox musical about heroin and child removal

Award-winning playwright Lucy Bell on her hit show which arrives at the Royal Festival ...

Review: Talking To Alice, Brockley Jack

This play tries to define the moment when ordinary human emotions become something to ...