Roxanne Perron explains how Beauty and the Beast, currently playing at the Palace Theatre, honours the original film whilst offering something new
The new, redesigned stage adaptation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast comes to Manchester’s Palace Theatre for a two month residency
Disney’s stage musical adaptation of Bedknobs and Broomsticks returns to Manchester, playing at the Lowry and starring Dianne Pilkington
A review of Emma Stone’s latest performance as Cruella and the re-imagining of on one of Disney’s classic films, 101 Dalmations
With hundreds more films and TV shows added to the site, has Disney Plus finally claimed top spot amidst the ‘Streaming Wars’?
Despite the critically-acclaimed magic of its smash-hit predecessor, due to poor plotting, awkward pacing and musical mis-steps, Frozen 2 has certainly let it go, writes Carl Fitzgerald
Tim Burton and Disney team up to bring another animated classic to life in live action, with mixed results of solid moments and missed opportunities
Cachella Smith considers how replacing Mickey Mouse images with those of war heroes in Egyptian schools may cause children to idolise the wrong kinds of role models.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Beauty and the Beast at the Palace Theatre, starring Gavin Lee, Sam Bailey, Nigel Richards and Martin Ball
Brummie/Cockney accents, excellent puppetry and a truly magical bed – Emily Turvey reviews the stage adaptation of Bedknobs and Broomsticks at the Lowry, which last played in Manchester mere months ago and stars Dianne Pilkington in the lead role
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Bedknobs and Broomsticks – based on the film of the same name – at the Palace Theatre, which starred Dianne Pilkington in the lead role
Katie Bray tells us why she is looking forward to cinemas reopening, and the films she is most excited to watch when they do
Deputy Head of Marketing Camila Florencia Rusailh and Theatre Editor Jay Darcy attend the launch event of The Lion King
Will Johnston reveals his top 5 90s Disney films, you won’t BELIEVE his picks
The Disney sequel works for both kids and adults, due to intelligent writing, intricate and funny world-building, and excellent voice acting
Lama Chmayaa offers her verdict on Disney’s latest live action fantasy