Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller has always been a very popular play.
A new six-part series on the BBC looks at the history of manufacturing in Britain. It glosses over the crucial dynamic—class, argues?Blythe Taylor
The new biopic of Neil Armstrong is about much more than a tense marriage and celestial exploration
Red Ladder Theatre Company, with the support of Leeds Playhouse, are putting on a new production of Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children
Plays about the plight of the Labour Party must be in vogue.
As a cult subgenre, Nazi zombie films have their own conventions and cliches to follow. Producer JJ Abram’s Overlord works because it does them so well.
Black 47 is a familiar tale of righteous violent revenge. But its subject matter sees it stand alone from other classics of the genre