British director Tom Hooper’s last two films – The King’s Speech and Les Miserables – won seven Oscars between them and so hopes are high for this, the story of one of the first recipients of sex reassignment surgery.
We weren’t counting but there seemed to be at least 30 Kinks’ songs featured in this jukebox musical including the title track, Waterloo Sunset, Days, You Really Got Me, Lola and All Day and All Of The Night.
The premiere of Suede’s new album and film at Camden’s Roundhouse in November made our gig of the year shortlist (winners announced 3/1/16) and on 22/1/16 the band releases ambitious seventh album Night Thoughts. Like Kidsis a beautiful (ones), in-the-face reminder for those who’ve not been keeping up.
Picture courtesy Suede via Facebook. Read on for reasons including David Tennant, Sia and Judi Dench.
It’s almost Christmas and what would the festive season be without some recognition of the best of 2015? Over the last fortnight we’ve shortlisted five nominees in each of seven categories for our Oscars, or monstas if you will, of 2015. Read on for the final nominees for our four theatre of the year monstas. Read More
What did hangmen do after the abolition of capital punishment in England in 1964? That’s the brilliant idea at the heart of Martin McDonagh’s new play although its, ahem, execution could be more compelling.