Ghostbusters, Unreachable, Kei Miller, Liverpool Biennial, Secret Agent
The remaking of Ghostbusters has four women taking the leading roles and it has caused consternation among devotees of the original film. Plus Matt Smith in new play Unreachable.
The remaking of Ghostbusters in 2016 has 4 women taking the leading roles and it has caused consternation among devotees of the original film. What on earth is all the fuss about? Is it just a bunch of sexist fanboys determined not to enjoy it because girls are involved?
Matt Smith plays a perfectionist film director in Unreachable, a new play at London's Royal Court Theatre.
Kei Miller's novel Augustown is set in a lightly-fictionalised version of the real Jamaican town of the same name, involving flying prophets and civil unrest
This year's Liverpool Biennial has a typically eclectic selection of artists and venues; what caught the eye of our reviewers?
BBC TV has a new adaptation of Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent, starring Toby Jones and Vicky McClure.
Sarah Crompton's guests are Naomi Alderman, Kathryn Hughes and Giles Fraser. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Augustown by Kei Miller is available in hardback and ebook now.
The Liverpool Biennial 2016, a series of exhibitions, performances, films and events across the city's public spaces, continues until 16 October 2016
Image: Oliver Laric, Sleeping Boy, 2016. Installation view at Cains Brewery. Liverpool Biennial. Photo: Joel Chester Fildes
The Secret Agent
|Interviewed Guest||Naomi Alderman|
|Interviewed Guest||Kathryn Hughes|
|Interviewed Guest||Giles Fraser|