A Number

Theatre Preview: A Number

Yuen Sin speaks to real-life father and son duo George and Niall Costigan who perform in A Number
Yuen Sin | 16 April 2014 |

Michael Carr bids farewell to the dearly departed comic novelist and playwright.
Michael Carr | 11 April 2014

Rule Britannia! fills in the blanks of our musical history. Jasmine Sahu reviews
Jasmine Sahu | 11 April 2014

The Rocket takes off charmingly, but Ben Sayer is not entirely sure it's genuine.
Ben Sayer | 11 April 2014

Liffey O'Brien reviews the First World War hospital drama
Liffey O'Brien | 10 April 2014

So wrong it's right.
Lewis Dunn | 10 April 2014

Lewis Dunn lets out all his woes in his satirical take of a Drama Barn review.
Lewis Dunn | 9 April 2014

Jasmine Sahu returns to Westeros for the start of the fourth series
Jasmine Sahu | 8 April 2014

After this sequel they might have to change the title to Muppets Not Wanted
Lewis Dunn | 6 April 2014

How Rock ā€˜nā€™ Roll Pioneers Tried to Stay Hip Through the British Invasion
Michael Wallbank | 5 April 2014

Laurence Morgan catches up with the up and coming singer-songwriter following the release of his single "For Your Love".
Laurence Morgan | 4 April 2014

An extract from the explosive spoken memoir of a film maker
Bianca Jenkins | 15 April 2014

Brendan Gleeson shines in this black comedy.
Ben Sayer | 14 April 2014

Brian Eno
Laurence Morgan received Brian Eno's new project a month before its release. These are his findings.
Laurence Morgan | 8 April 2014

Will Noah live up to expectations? Ben Sayer reviews.
Ben Sayer | 7 April 2014

He won a BAFTA for the last one
Lewis Dunn | 6 April 2014

The Unknown Known
Neither ferociously interrogative nor insipid, The Unknown Known grips in an odd way.
Ben Sayer | 4 April 2014

The White Ribbon
A film that puts even the greatest Hollywood films to shame, Haneke's The White Ribbon is a breathtaking cinematic experience.
Ben Sayer | 3 April 2014
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