Theatre Review: Blue/Orange @ Birmingham Rep
The play features a knockout debut from Ivan Oyik, but otherwise disappoints in this colourful production from the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
Book Review: Once Upon a Time in Birmingham - Women who dared to dream
Featuring inspirational figures ranging from Denise Lewis to Malala Yousafzai, Once Upon a Time in Birmingham: Women who dared to dream is the perfect Christmas present for the young woman in your life.
Theatre Review: Legally Blonde @ University of Birmingham
Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin's music and lyrics hit the spot, but what makes this particular show special is all the talent that went into it, on and off the stage.
Theatre Review: Orange Polar Bear @ Birmingham Rep
A striking collaboration across continents, working with teenagers from both Seoul and Birmingham, 'Orange Polar Bear' combines an attempt at emotional depth with masterful craft.
The National Theatre marks 100 years since the first British women won the vote with 'Courage Everywhere'
The season will include a series of rehearsed readings, talks and events, as well as a free exhibition.
Q&A with the cast of Shadowhunters @ MCM London
The Shadowhunters cast met with fans at MCM Comic Con this past weekend in London, to discuss their final season.
From the Gilmore Girls to erotica: our podcast recommendations
Struggling in the sea of options for your new podcast fix? Look no further.
Critical Role catch-up: getting to know the characters from its second season
Geek and Sundry's D&D show is back with a second season, so it's the perfect time to jump in.
Theatre Review: SIX @ Norwich Playhouse
A vibrant, energetic production, SIX touts a cast full of talented performers and a book full of witty lyrics.
Theatre Review: The Tempest @ Stratford Festival, Ontario
A larger than life adaptation starring Martha Henry as Prospero.
Preview: SIX @ Norwich Playhouse
Coming from a sold out showcase"run at the Arts Theatre in London, SIX will be making its stage debut at the Norwich Playhouse this July.
Friday Poem: Sarojini Naidu
You know Oscar Wilde, but have you ever heard of this other great Decadent poet?
Festival preview: FolkEast 2018
Suffolk's very own folk festival returns to Glemham Hall this August for a weekend full of fun.
Book review: I have lost my way by Gayle Forman
Gayle Forman's latest novel is as much of a tear-jerker as her renowned YA classic 'If I Stay'.
A case for demolishing the arts vs sciences binary
Regardless of statistical proof, we should be trying to blur the borders of these disciplines.
Interview: Sam Kelly and the Lost Boys
We chatted with the lead singer of “one of the most exciting and energetic young bands on the folk scene”.
Four video essayists you should be watching
In our age of video essayists, it can be hard to find the niche content creators who don't go viral. Here's a roundup of some of my favourites.