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National Theatre at Home Review: Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler

There is something surprisingly intimate about watching theatre online, as your vantage point looms above the audience in celestial smugness, miles away from the back row seat with 15% visibility…

His Dark Materials

The Phillip Pullman series known for its animal-familiar daemons and interrogation of religion has made it to the screen for the second (and hopefully last) time. Criticised by Spectator writer…

The Little Stranger

With the sound of a razor cutting across a cheek, director Lenny Abrahamson sets the tone for his gothic drama The Little Stranger. Based on the 2009 novel by Sarah…