Blissfully out of control
STAGE: Zach Zucker's Stamptown takes Soho Theatre audiences by storm until 27th Jan...
STAGE: Emotive drama The Mother of Kamal is Upstairs at the Gatehouse in Highgate until 28th Jan...
January TV Roundup
SCREEN: Frasier, The Crown, Fellow Travelers, Morning Show, Lessons in Chemistry, Brothers Sun and more...
We didn't make it to Disney
STAGE: The parody musical Unfortunate is a riotous explosion of naughty energy at Southwark Playhouse Elephant until 17th Feb...
STAGE: Connor Burns brings his acclaimed stand-up Vertigo to Soho Theatre, on tour through March...
Let's talk about sex
STAGE: Blind Summit brings The
Sex Lives of Puppets to Southwark Playhouse...
Spilling the beans
STAGE: Royal Vauxhall Tavern presents its annual adult-oriented panto Tossed...
Ogre the rainbow
STAGE: Above the Stag brings its outrageous panto Puss in Boots to Wonderville...
Grin and bare it
STAGE: Garry Starr Performs Everything is a riotous flurry of comedy and nudity at Southwark Playhouse...
DANCE: Taiwan's Cloud Gate Theatre brings the evocative Lunar Halo to Sadler's Wells...
Duets in the dark
DANCE: This year's Young
Associates mixed bill of four new works at Sadler's Wells...
Sowing the seeds of love
DANCE: Emanuel Gat Dance's Lovetrain2020 brings Tears For Fears to Sadler's Wells...
Shadows @ AFI Fest
STAGE: White Factory at Marylebone
Shadows @ London Film Fest
STAGE: Strangers in Between
STAGE: Deeper and Deeper at Union
Shadows @ Fragments Festival
DANCE: Kyiv City Ballet at Peacock
STAGE: La Cage aux Folles, open air
STAGE: Myra DuBois at the Peacock
DANCE: Alvin Ailey, Sadler's Wells
Shadows @ London's FrightFest
Shadows @ The Fringe (6 posts)
AUG TV: The Bear, Heartstopper...
DANCE: Flamenco at Sadler's Wells
Getting It Back
Documentary about the influential, unsung British band Cymande
Wilderness folk horror with Scott Haze is an effectively surreal nightmare
Bold Chilean Western grapples with the nature of colonialism
Familiar British crime thriller livened up by its fresh-faced cast
Here for Blood
Routously violent home invasion horror comedy is hugely entertaining
Race for Glory: Audi vs
Another racing movie, this time gritty, grounded and oddly subdued
Out of Darkness
Jump-scare heavy Stone Age thriller with an oddly over-groomed cast
Gorgeously animated duck-family adventure is silly but also a lot of fun
Frantically cartoonish action is livened up by an up-for-it cast
The Color Purple
Strongly well-acted musical remake mixes pain with hope
Oliver Jackson-Cohen rides motocross through Northeast England thriller
Scrappy, familiar comedy about a foul-mouthed coach with a lively team
Very loose thriller starring Ian McShane as a hitman in the Canaries
This Blessed Plot
Quirky mix of documentary and fiction set in a small Essex town
Weighty but painfully ponderous true-life drama from Abel Ferrara
WERNER HERZOG: RADICAL DREAMER
Gorgeously observed slice-of-life Japanese film by Wim Wenders
The Iron Claw
Skilfully written and played true drama about wrestling brothers
Inventive, involving, hilarious animation is finally in cinemas
Clever and engaging social satire starring Jeffrey Wright as an author
The Zone of Interest
Jonathan Glazer's staggering exploration of wilful ignorance
Bracingly original drama finds big ideas in a body swapping cult
Beautifully shot dramatic thriller is enigmatic and introspective
How to Have Sex
Lively, insightful and ultimately devastating coming-of-age drama
All of Us Strangers
Astonishingly involving drama about identity with Andrew and Paul
Gorgeously animated odyssey about a teen jazz band in Tokyo
Honest, observational Mexican drama about a wannabe a porn star
The Wizard of Oz
The timelessly bonkers classic is back for its 85th anniversary
Full-of-life Mexican drama is set over a pivotal day for a young girl
THE END WE START FROM
THE BOY AND THE HERON