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Caleb Hinton reviews as the Bernard Shaw classic is reimagined in Southampton.
With ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ the Musical setting its sights on the Broadway stage, Abi Cutler looks back at some of the successes and failures of films adapted for musical theatre.
He is joined on the list by Coronation Street star David Neilson.
Writer David takes an early look at this true story adapted for the big screen.
Lady Gaga’s current Joanne single, ‘Million Reasons’, is now accompanied with visuals.
As part of The Edge’s KingFest, Sophie McEvoy examines the King of Horror – Stephen King himself.
Pixar’s animated film, Finding Dory, has hit $1 billion at the global box office.
From familiar territory to confusing new heights, Bon Iver’s new album is as bizarre as its track titles.
The Full Monty is a fun cheeky-chappy production, even if it does have a few flaws, says Bruno Russell.
“To see everything come together just never stops being intoxicating”: An Interview with Damien Tracey at Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
Carly-May interviews Damien Tracey, an Irish producer involved with Little Shop of Horrors.
Mid-September will see Southampton get considerably louder as Talking Heads hosts Black Peaks and Heck (18/09/16).
Carly-May Kavanagh reviews Sell a Door theatre company’s production of Little Shop of Horrors (09/08/16).
With the US release of Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Laurence takes a look at the evolution of musical comedy and where it seems to be heading.