Adapted into English by Alexandra Wood from the original by Manfred Karge, MAN TO MAN tells the story a woman forced to
Fflur’s Best Writer nomination came for her gripping feature adaption of her own best-selling novel, The Library Suicides/ Y Llyrfgell.
The second series of Mike Bartlett’s thrilling drama tells the next chapter of Gemma Foster’s story after her life was
Principal photography has begun on Working Title Films and Focus Features’ historical drama about Mary Stuart’s attempt to overthrow her
LEAN ON PETE premiered at Venice Biennale on the 1st of September, followed by North American screenings in Toronto and
Ellen McDougall directs her own adaptation of of Nobel Laureate José Saramago’s beautiful, inventive and rebellious story, The Tale of
Congratulations to Jesse Jones and Adam McNamara whose productions have both been awarded Fringe First awards at this years Edinburgh
Here’s Joyce MacMillan’s 5-star review from The Scotsman in full: “Queen of the Falkirk schemes, and alter ego of one
Matthew Goode and Teresa Palmer are to star in Kate Brooke’s adaptation of Deborah Harkness’s historical fantasy novel A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES.
A vivid and intimate account of the Venezuelan crisis, Jorge Thielen Armand‘s powerful debut docu-drama ‘La Soledad’ premiered in Venice
LETTERS TO MORRISSEY has been awarded a Fringe First at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It’s 1997. You’re 11. You’re
As of August 10th Kiki will be back in town at the Southwark Playhouse. Kate Hewitt revives her hit production
“With the onset of Brexit, Trump and indeed the dab, we are in the midst of the most unprecedented political
“Sanctuary is simultaneously the most heart-breaking and heart-warming movie you’ll see all year”, “A nuanced, gripping blend of black comedy,
COMING CLEAN, Kevin Elyot’s first play, opens next week at the King’s Head Theatre, and will run from 25th July to