Fresh faced Australian talent Danielle Macdonald stars in a coarse but charming 8 Mile-look-a-like about a young girl just trying to do her best with what she was given.
Light-hearted and quirky, Victoria and Abdul is a biographical retelling of a long lost tale involving of one of the most eminent figures in British royal history.
The audience feels teenage character Cassie’s embarrassment and pain every step of the way in ‘Gone Viral’, a play examining issues such as childhood grief, underage drinking and sexuality, writes reviewer Sebastian Cooper.
Sci-fi thriller Ghost in the Shell is visually stunning, but it lacks the depth and intricacy of the 1990s Japanese aime film on which it is based.
Comedy group Scriptease’s UnPlotted Potter is an improvised one-hour performance detailing the untold (and unofficial) stories of JK Rowling’s magical ‘Potterverse’. ★★★★
Three Blind Mice is a clever story with wonderful characters and a shrewd message. It’ll make you laugh and it’ll make you think. ★★★★★