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Review: Red Dust Road

Patience Kanjira reviews Red Dust Road, the stage adaptation of Scots Makar Jackie Kay’s memoir

Review: Ad Astra

James Gray’s space epic has the components of a strong film — but the lack of a compelling cast and story give way to a bland, boring package

Preview screening at the BFI Imax - Photo: Tobias Soar

Review: IT Chapter Two

Film Editor, Tobias Soar, reviews the horrifying sequel movie to Stephen King’s ‘IT’ – Don’t worry there’s no spoilers

Jay Darcy reviews Re:Creating Europe at MIF19, an unashamedly pro-EU and anti-Brexit play-come-guest speaker event featuring Lemn Sissay and Juliet Stevenson

MIF19: Tree

Jay Darcy reviews Idris Elba’s latest play, Tree, as part of the Manchester International Festival which was embroiled in controversy just before opening

Live Review: Lizzo

Photographer and contributor Olivia Blinn reviews Lizzo’s highly anticipated, sold-out show at Manchester’s O2 Ritz

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Déjà-Review: Blue Valentine

Love, loss and everything in between, Deputy Film Editor Josh Sandy takes a look back at Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine

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Despite having a stellar cast, Killers Anonymous only just avoids being consigned to cinematic oblivion

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An audiovisual spectacle to behold, Apollo 11 is a documentary like no other, writes film editor Tobias Soar from Sundance London

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