Culture Editor Ellis counts off the last month’s spookiest releases.
Literature Executive Abi Cutler discusses the Woman in Black; proof that theatre can be just as scary as horror films.
Ben reviews as the hit comedy podcast Private Parts makes its way to the Nuffield Theatre.
The West End musical cackles its way into Southampton – but is it magical or mediocre? Laura Barr reviews.
September is in the books. Culture Editor Ellis appraises the month’s releases.
August has come and gone. Culture Editor Ellis breaks down this month’s notable releases.
The Gone Rogue production is on this week and next, at theSpace @ Venue45.
Culture Editor Ellis takes a look back over July’s television, video gaming and theatrical releases.
News Editor Katja Stout reviews the Nuffield Theatre’s poignant and humorous new show.
Haven’t been to the theatre in a while? General Executive Sophie Jones is here to tell you why you should.
Eleanor Joyce reviews the award-winning sensation that follows a boy’s mission to reunite with his treasured horse.
Katja Stout reviews a very different take on Shakespeare’s classic.
Sophie reviews Theatre Group’s Hamlet, directed by Josh Harris, Thomas Cope, and Samena Brunning.