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Opposites still spark in this snappy and heart-warming rom-com told through the first and last hour of a relationship, writes Lucy Brooks
A devastating yet subtle tale of maternal devotion and determination, stunningly performed by Penelope Wilton, writes Lucy Brooks
An exuberant example of the joys of fringe theatre, which will have you howling with laughter, writes Lucy Brooks
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REVIEW: Could there be a better Thomas Cromwell? Mark Rylance leads the outstanding BBC Wolf Hall adaptation- surely the best TV series 2015 has to offer.
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REVIEW: The unique dance troupe achieve rare emotional realism
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Writhing flesh, divine retribution and world class portraiture: Royal Academy Rubens show is one of the best exhibitions in London.
REVIEW: This intense, electrifying indie blows all others out of the water: hands down the best film of 2015 so far.
Aesthetically powerful, and with a good momentum, Chronicles of Kalki deals with some powerful emotions but ultimately gets a little lost.
REVIEW: Shakespeare's Othello is made urgently alive as the physical theatre brings thrilling ripples of violence and sensuality writes Lucy Brooks
Mind-boggling feats both silly and profound make for an engrossing and refreshingly honest show, writes Lucy Brooks
Winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize, Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive has first London revival at Southwark Playhouse this February.
Fun, feisty and refreshingly feminist, Almodóvar's film fizzes on stage, but some of the hysteria and heartbreak feels a little hollow, writes Lucy Brooks
All that glitters in Shakespeare's most controversial comedy sparkles on the Almeida stage as Rupert Goold's boldly updated production illuminates both humour and tragedy.
It's man against the machine this winter as bold boundary-breaking theatre company 1927 satirise technology in a spectacular family show.
REVIEW: A bold choice for the National Theatre: '3 Winters' shines a light on recent Croatian history- and Culture Whisper members have an exclusive discount.
EDITOR'S PICK: Brand new at the National Theatre, David Hare's 'Behind the Beautiful Forevers' is a technical marvel with a great deal of bite, says Ella Cory-Wright