Fences

Fences – Review

A great play has a certain kind of self-made intensity, as if its players are conjuring up a story from thin air and keeping that plate spinning around the single stage. It leaves you dizzy. Directing...

In Secret – Review

In Secret feels like a film that has sat in stasis, waiting - to get made, for its cast to stabilise, for its leads to maybe even make it big. In a claustrophobic, stagey Paris primarily existing within a...

August: Osage County – Review

With an A-list cast as long as your arm, and adapted from a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, August: Osage County has all the potential but none (or at least, very few) of the results. Though pill-popping...