Mortal Engines review – Peter Jackson’s brilliant, bombastic escapism breaks exciting new ground
Derivative is an unfair critique of this techno-fantasy blockbuster
The Oxford Union shouldn’t have invited Bannon, and the talk shouldn’t go ahead
These identitarians are slippery folk, and at least right now our 'platforms' are ill equipped to accommodate them in such a way that holds them to account.
Stand up to Racism and Unite Against Fascism plan protests over Steve Bannon’s Oxford Union talk
OU already facing backlash over surprise announcement of Bannon event.
Theatre Review: The Lovely Bones @ Birmingham Rep
The fact that it was produced a fearsome alliance of theatre companies only makes the Lovely Bones more of a disappointment.
Director Mike Leigh talks Peterloo's increasing relevance, the artist, and democracy
George Davies spoke with veteran director Mike Leigh to discuss his latest film, Peterloo.
Peterloo review - a beautifully furious film
A slow burn that's more than worth the pay-off
Theatre Review: The Wider Earth @ the Natural History Museum
This biopic about Darwin’s voyage aboard the Beagle is rich with a sense of wonder. Perhaps the Natural History Museum is a little over-awed with the dramatic resurrection of its secular messiah, but this reverential, exciting production is bound to inspire the next generation of wonderers.
Johnny English Strikes Again review - finally restores the saga to almost its original heights
Rowan Atkinson is back on the parody-spy scene in almost top form, bringing life back into a series which many millennials will have fond memories of
Foreign Film Friday: Taxi Tehran review - an understated piece of activism through realism
Jafar Panahi's film was banned in Iran
2036 Origin Unknown review - poor, lazy scifi, clearly lacking the polish of its great ancestors
A sterling early step into sci-fi filmmaking, but while it goes through all the motions, it fails to deliver anything substantial
Theatre Tourism: we thespians and theatre-watchers need to get out more
There's so much great theatre outside of London, you just have to know where to look.
Foreign Film Friday: Sicilian Ghost Story review - a beautiful Italian crime-story-with-a-twist you need to see
A visually stunning movie, thoroughly captivating in its blend of fantasy and real tragedy
Why a student debt TV game show is a sad sign of our anti-intellectual times
While we'd all like our debt to disappear, this isn't the way to do it.
A trailer for a film on the notorious Peterloo massacre just dropped
Maxine Peake and Pearce Quigley star in Mike Leigh's beautiful-looking adaptation of tragic history.
Manchester Uni officers have painted over 'racist' Rudyard Kipling poem
The NUS have released a statement of solidarity
'We're all struggling' says campaigner who started a petition to pay student nurses a minimum wage
The petition was set up by nursing student John Worth