Head of Culture Michal Wasileswki reviews Electric Rosary at the Royal Exchange Theatre
Hannah Wellock reviews Sheila’s Island at the Lowry
Anna Nixon hilariously tells all on red and green flags when it comes to conversations about comedy in the current dating scene.
Full of black humour and intentional heavy-handedness, Don’t Look Up is a hilarious satire for our times and a wake-up call for humanity.
Aunty Donna’s hilarious Aussie mayhem perfectly manages to stay on just the right side of pure insanity
Outrageous, thought-provoking, and politically charged, Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Borat’ sequel has big swings but few hits
Inspired by the Parks and Recreation team from Pawnee, Indiana – this week’s horoscopes will tell you which character you are
Alexia Pieretti reviews Indigo at the King’s Arms
Francesca McClimont attends the press event for Bourgeois and Maurice’s first musical, Insane Animals, which also stars Lockie Chapman from The Overtones
Stratagem, starring Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge, plays at Manchester’s AO Arena as part of its UK tour
Is there more to #FreeBritney than meets the eye? Saving Britney follows a fan’s love affair with the star, who secretly saves her.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Noël Coward’s Private Lives at the Lowry, starring Patricia Hodge OBE and Nigel Havers
Andy Samberg and Christin Milioti shine in this sun swept, time bending romcom
Find out which Looney Tunes character you are, based on your star sign!
Sandleristas rejoice for the prodigal son has returned with his latest comedy caper, Hubie Halloween
In this time of need, Sam James lists his Top 20 British Films and Television Shows
Oh, grow up, will you? Writers and editors of the film section come together to compile the essential list of coming-of-age films