Budapest high society basked in a heatwave in the summer of 1913. In Hungarian language drama Sunset, its depravity, decadence—and destruction—lie in the shadows.
A new book about the fight by women to get the vote in the US focuses on voices which are too often left out of mainstream histories, writes?Jan Nielsen
Illegalised will disturb you deeply, and that is a good thing.
Beats recounts the Scottish free party scene in this well judged slice of 1990s nostalgia which makes political points too, writes Brian Claffey
Working class parents square off against a middle class teacher in Class, a new play by Iseult Golden and David Horan.
A brutal school shooting in Statten Island, New York, is the start of a glittering pop career in Vox Lux.
Film exhibitions often amount to no more than memorabilia. This exhibition about film director Stanley Kubrick has higher ambitions.