Future Days

David Stubbs

West Germany after the Second World War was a country in shock: estranged from its recent history, and adrift from the rest of Europe. But this orphaned landscape proved fertile ...

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I've read the studies. No one has been able to draw a conclusive correlation between virtual behaviour and behaviour in-world.

The Nether is a virtual wonderland that provides total ...

Joan and Tom have been married for nearly thirty years. Tara lies alone while Peter works nights. How far will people go to hear their heart beat again? What does ...

West Germany after the Second World War was a country in shock: estranged from its recent history, and adrift from the rest of Europe. But this orphaned landscape proved fertile ...

The award-winning director of Grizzly Man and Fiztcaraldo talks about his inspiring career in cinema.

This edition of Herzog on Herzog presents a completely new set of interviews in which ...

Spanning his career from 1990 to 2013, this collection brings together plays by Neil LaBute that take an unflinching look at the turbulent relationships between men and women.

Filthy Talk ...

Medea is a wife and a mother. For the sake of her husband, Jason, she's left her home and borne two sons in exile. But when he abandons his ...

In Directing Herbert White James Franco writes about making a film of Frank Bidart's poem, 'Herbert White'.

Though the main character is a necrophiliac, and a killer, the poem ...

A sale? Why not? Release all your wonderful treasures onto the open market and they are there for everyone to enjoy. It's a kind of emancipation, a setting them ...

The Midlands, 1984. Two young lads are about to learn what it is to be a miner, to be accepted into the close camaraderie and initiated into a unique workplace ...

'There are times in the theatre when you suddenly find yourself in the grip of silence. There is no fidgeting or coughing, no shifting about in seats: the audience's ...

France, 1096. Matthew, a young French knight, sets out on the First Crusade. Behind him he leaves a broken family, a crumbling ancestral farm and a teenage sister who must ...

And what does sorry mean? Nothing really. It's just a word. It's what people say when it's too late. It's a sorry little stick of a ...

Paul Brannigan & Ian Winwood

Metallica are the biggest metal band of all time. The California quartet have sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, won nine Grammy Awards, and had five consecutive albums hit ...

Special Price

A tweedy purveyor of folklore; too many larks ascending and too much Linden Lea: no composer’s work has ever been more cruelly stereotyped than that of Ralph Vaughan Williams ...

Harrison Birtwistle and Fiona Maddocks

Harrison Birtwistle is recognised worldwide as one of the greatest of living composers. His music is both deeply original and highly personal, yet he has always been notoriously reticent about ...

What's a free telephone, when there are no private words?

Moscow, now. A small flat. One family, three generations, the same hangover. Life after communism is utterly different and ...

Something's up with Maggie. She's rattling around in the house on Hope Place that she's lived in all her life. Her brothers and sisters flew the nest ...

Rupert Christiansen

A handy, readable and easy-to-use opera guide by leading opera critic Rupert Christiansen, containing entries for over a hundred works, both familiar and unfamiliar.

Features include:

- snapshot plot summaries
- background ...

Six glorious plays by Alan Bennett, collected together for the first time in this celebratory box set.

Forty Years On premiered at the Apollo Theatre, London, in 1968.

'Alan Bennett ...

Jack McCracken: a man of principle in a corrupt world. But not for long. Moments after taking over his father-in-law's business he's approached by a private detective armed ...

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