Theatre

The Comeback is a gutsy British response to a period of glum hardship

As the misrepresentations in The Crown call for historical dramas to be clearer in their creative license, Romeo Coates offers a brieg guide to fact and fiction in drama

Why Peter O’Toole’s 1980 performance at the Old Vic is remembered for all the wrong reasons

Digital theatre is now beginning to offer stalls-starved audiences the kind of quality work they would have queued to see live

I struggle to think of a more glorious spectacle than the sight of Sean flashing that winning smile

One cannot imagine how profound Ms Winslet’s pain must be to now regret working with Woody Allen and Roman Polanski

Facts are overlooked in American Utopia’s HBO concert film to accommodate the systemic white racism narrative

Anne McElvoy on writers and players who can transfer skills to the small screen from the big stage

The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church explores the possibility of human connection