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Inspired by the peaceful protests by Argentinean mothers over the fate of the “disappeared” Amy Draper brings her unique blend of political cabaret, woven around an intimate family narrative

‘For me, creating a book with black characters was a no-brainer,’ says author of Riley Can Be Anything

Juliet Stevenson says her fears about playing Hamlet’s mother were allayed by Robert Icke’s rich and passionate production

It’s taken two years for Nikolai Foster’s production of Annie to transfer from Leicester’s Curve to the West End. It’s a pity it wasn’t sooner.

Despite its ambition and having plenty of potential resonance, Common is dense and wilfully bewildering with little space for development

At its heart is an examination of how people embrace competitive outrage and offence, seeming to go out of their way to pose as holier than though and just that bit more PC than the next person.

Roger Michell’s adaptation of this Daphne Du Maurier novel features a Sphinx like Rachel Weisz as a possible murderer but the pace is too stately to create suspense

It isn’t any kind of landmark and perhaps it is judged too kindly just because it isn’t monstrously disappointing like the previous DC films

We realised we could think of several well-known male writing friendships: Coleridge and Wordsworth for instance, or Byron and Shelley, Fitzgerald and Hemingway. But when it came to the most celebrated female authors, we found ourselves at more of a loss.

Acoustic troubadour Matt Gresham is yet another export churned out from the X Factor machine (albeit the Australian incarnation).

The film of one of the world’s favourite TV shows is disappointing, with flimsy humour and a meanness of spirit that leaves a foul taste in the mouth

How to use them, which to pick and recipes to show them off to your friends

Johnny Depp is stuck recycling one of his worst performances alongside Javier Bardem’s new villain in Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge

Despite it happening in one of London’s smallest venues, the premiere of Mark Weinman’s Dyl will be on my list of Big Theatre Moments of 2017

BRIDGET GALTON talks rock docs, politics and the thrill of playing live with the folk punk singer

This production honours its taboo-ridden intent in a thought-provoking, challenging fashion

Learn how to cook regional Mexican cuisine rather than the usual Tex-Mex

In this crisp revival of Martin Crimp’s bleak 1993 satire, director Lyndsey Turner hones in on the hypocrisies inherent in the Hollywood studio system

Fold in Newington Green was started last year by two Hackney instructors and comes with a clear message: to promote wellness, inclusivity and rein back on some of modern yoga’s more aerobics-based aesthetics

There are many pitfalls to dusting down old material and presenting it anew.

Marvel’s latest sequel starts off sharper and funnier than the first, but loses its way in the second half

STEFANIA SARUBBA talks to the co-founder of a new arts festival in London Fields celebrating every aspect of human creativity

The Armeian Genocide deserves a better film but The Promise is the one it’s got and it may be enough

Damien Lewis and Sophie Okonedo both shine in Edward Albee’s story about a man who falls in love with a goat

This crowd-funded record puts BSP back in the frame – food for hearts, minds and feet

The punk-slash-folk group plays at The Garage in Highbury on April 8, collecting food and clothes for those in need

Cressida Carré offers an intriguing provocation with her all-female revival of Laura Wade’s portrait of entitled white male excess

Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s extraordinary true story of how a satirical magazine was produced in the trenches of WW1

Set on the Suffolk coast where she grew up, Tallulah Brown’s new play has universal as well as local connotations

The Scottish band are left searching for past passion and power in their first record since 1998

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