CURRENT AFFAIRS

Surely it’s time to at least reform, if not abolish, the...

As the nation again, according to the media at least, is gripped by royal fever, this article will stir some controversy, I'm sure -...

Windrush: Heads must roll, Theresa May & Amber Rudd must resign

What does it take to bring down such an incompetent and contemptuous government? Apparently not even the Windrush scandal, possibly the worst political fiasco...

Theatre Review: Truth (Birmingham REP)

Truth Birmingham REP Helen Chadwick Song Theatre & November Productions Reviewer: Georgia Kelly If, like me, you have never encountered 'song theatre' before, there is no better introduction...

Theatre Review: 4.48 Psychosis (Lyric Hammersmith)

4.48 Psychosis Lyric Theatre By Sarah Kane, adapted by Philip Venables Directed by Ted Huffman Reviewer: Tom Baker The text of Sarah Kane’s final play does not specify setting,...

LIFE

Trained Actor, Still In Training – Lesson Ten – Realising Your...

I have now been out of drama school for exactly one year. And so I have decided to conclude this series with what is...

Trained Actor, Still in Training – Lesson Four – Dealing with...

The most common jobs for young actors fresh on the scene are touring jobs. If you get a touring job in England, it can...

REVIEWS

Theatre Review: Julius Caesar (Donmar at Kings Cross)

Julius Caesar Donmar King's Boulevard, Kings Cross Reviewer: Andy Millward There were many firsts in Phillida Lloyd's adventurous production of Julius Caesar, part of an interesting and contrasting...

Film Review – The Black Cauldron (1985)

The Black Cauldron Directors: Ted Berman, Richard Rich Writers: Lloyd Alexander (novel), David Jonas (story) Starring: Grant Bardsley, Freddie Jones, Susan Sheridan Runtime: 80 min Reviewer: Kyle Rees In an era where Dungeons...