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Table Top Shakespeare

Sheffield troupe Forced Entertainment has taken on the mammoth task of re-telling all 36 Shakespeare plays from their homes. Sceptical? Don’t be.

Rebecca

Ben Wheatley’s new Netflix film might make you wonder where the company gets the audacity to continually raise its subscription price.

Food in Film

Film has long celebrated food, from the passion and craft of making to the joy of eating. The Showroom Cinema’s Young Audiences Coordinator, Linnea Pettersson, shares her favourites.

Reviews in Retrospect: Good Will Hunting

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's exceptional screenwriting debut is ultimately a feel-good movie about the tension between the need for belonging and the search for the authentic self.

Lauren Yvonne "Never let anyone tell you to stay in your lane"

The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have significantly impacted the Northern arts and cultural industry, with some organisations closing their doors. Annalisa Toccara spoke to Lauren Yvonne about the challenges of being a theatre producer during this time and the advice she would give to emerging black theatre practitioners.

Anonymous Animals

A serious, impressively committed and entirely wordless indie horror about humans being hunted and slaughtered by other animals.

Like

Screened as part of Spirit of Independence micro-budget film festival, Like avoids the pitfalls of the ‘found footage’ genre to comment on social media, performance and human relationships.