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Friday, November 17th

‘Lieutenant of Inishmore’ review – ‘An excellent understanding of pace’

John Livesey admires the acting in 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore,' but regrets how it shies away from violent visuals

Why the Sgt. Pepper’s show cannot be missed

Kenji Newton is impressed with the Oxford Beatles' recreation of the classic album

Not Forgetting William Hazlitt

Despite critical acclaim, William Hazlitt is now scarcely read.

Turtles All The Way Down review: messy, clichéd, and pretentious

John Green’s latest novel is a messy, sprawling cliché, writes Barney Pite

Villians Review – ‘Pop songs with rock sensibilities’

Queens of the Stone Age don't quite live up to their high standard, writes Rowan Janjauh

In conversation with Layo-Christina Akinlude

Katie Sayer talks Shakespeare and the pursuit of happiness with the star of 'As You Like It'

Angel Hill review – ‘It may be simple, but it isn’t...

Michael Longley’s Forward Prize short-listed collection is elegant and timeless, writes Barney Pite

‘A Familiar Friend’ review: “a masterful intensity”

Shamika Tamhane highly recommends 'A Familiar Friend' at the Michael Pilch studio

Lady in the Sheets review – ‘powerful and horrible but comic...

Amber Sidney-Woollett says 'Lady in The Sheets' should leave the laughs at the door and stick to emotional impact

Intruder and Seven Princesses review -‘Twisted and ghoulish delight’

Charles Britton is won over by the plays' disturbing horror
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