The brand new web series Every Blank Ever is now online. Comedy Central brings us some hilarious new quick fire sketches poking fun at everyday life and stereotypes. Every ep features the brilliant Nneka Okoye, so make sure you watch the bite-size webisodes here.
Following a sell-out run in autumn 2016, Still Ill returns to the New Diorama Theatre, starring clients Harriet Webb and Sophie Steer. The acclaimed show explores the unsettling world of the undiagnosable, developed through extensive research with patients and doctors, and will run from 16th-27th January. For tickets click here.
Greg Barnett and Tom Lorcan are at the RSC this year. Greg makes his debut with the company in The Duchess of Malfi, The Fantastic Follies of Mrs. Rich and Miss Littlewood. Tom Lorcan continues his run in Titus Andronicus and Julius Ceasar. For tickets, click here.
Jubilee heads to the Lyric Hammersmith following a successful run at the Manchester Royal Exchange with Craig Hamilton starring as Sphinx. The Chris Goode stage adaptation marks the 40th anniversary of Derek Jarman's iconic film. Original cast member Toyah Wilcox will reprise her role as Queen Elizabeth I. The production will run from 5 Feb ‐ 10 Mar 2018. For tickets, click here.
Papatango Theatre Company's Hanna at the Arcola Theatre has received phenomenal reviews. Written by Sam Potter and directed by our very own George Turvey, Hanna asks what family means in a modern society, delicately weaving in questions of racial identity, economic privilege, and the lottery of birth.The play runs until January 20th. Click here for tickets.
Jamie Michie stars in the 4th series of Black Mirror. The show is created by Charlie Brooker, and each episode features a different story revolving around the dark side of life and technology. All episodes are available to watch on Netflix.