Institute of Sexology, What We Do in the Shadows, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Robert Edric, Legacy
London's Wellcome Institute's 'The Institute of Sexology', New Zealand vampire comedy What We Do In The Shadows, David Hare's Behind The Beautiful Forevers, Robert Edric, Legacy.
London's Wellcome Institute has a new exhibition entitled The Institute of Sexology which it describes as "a candid exploration of the most publicly discussed of private acts". How will our reviewers tiptoe gently around the explicit nature of what's on show?
What We Do In The Shadows is a New Zealand vampire comedy film about a group of bloodsucking flatmates (a 'dracumentary' if you will) - who does the washing-up in the house of the undead?
Behind The Beautiful Forevers is David Hare's new play at London's National Theatre, based on the non-fiction book of the same name by Pulitzer Prize winning author Katherine Boo. It deals with life death and hope in a Mumbai undercity
Robert Edric is an acclaimed British novelist whose latest book explores the life of Branwell Bronte - brother of the more famous sisters - whose life couldn't match theirs.
Legacy is a new Danish TV police programme. What is it about the Scandi Noir genre that keeps on gripping UK audiences?
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Helen Lewis Pat Kane and Amanda Craig. The producer is Oliver Jones.
What We Do In The Shadows (cert 15)
And starring Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement, Jonathan Brugh and Ben Fransham as Petyr
Behind the Beautiful Forevers
by David Hare
Behind the Beautiful Forevers by David Hare continues at the National’s Olivier Theatre in London until April 13th and there will be an NT Live broadcast of the play on 12th March.
Meera Syal as Zehrunisa and Bharti Patel as Laxmi from Behind the Beautiful Forevers. Image by Richard Hubert Smith
Institute of Sexology
|Interviewed Guest||Helen Lewis|
|Interviewed Guest||Pat Kane|
|Interviewed Guest||Amanda Craig|