State Theatre Company’s revival of Andrew Bovell’s 1988 satirical comedy serves up the pathos of disillusioned love and loneliness with a generous helping of savage wit and hilarity.
This beautiful, harrowing and important documentary film by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei confronts us with the humanity behind the indescribable suffering of the world’s displaced peoples.
The deconstructed title of flamenco star Israel Galván’s latest work makes it clear to anyone unfamiliar with his oeuvre: Expect the unexpected.
From the director of Sideways and The Descendants comes a tragi-comic sci-fi-utopian-dystopian eco-epic full of unexpected twists that delivers a powerful message about the degradation of our planet and the importance of retaining our humanity.
Director Mark Gill attempts to capture the bleak '70s Manchester life of a pre-Smiths Morrissey in this frustrating muso-pic showing as part of the British Film Festival.
The dark and complex psyche of writer Patricia Highsmith is laid bare in this gripping and deftly executed psychological thriller presented by the State Theatre Company.