Hunt for The Wilderpeople, Eimear McBride, Bedlam, National Treasure, Dr Faustus
New Zealand film Hunt for The Wilderpeople, Eimear McBride's novel The Lesser Bohemians, Bedlam at The Wellcome, National Treasure on Channel 4, The RSC's production of Dr Faustus.
New Zealand's most successful home grown film ever reaches the UK: Hunt for The Wilderpeople is a story about identity, intergenerational friendship and loss in the bush
Eimear McBride's first published novel won an array of literary prizes. Her follow-up The Lesser Bohemians is told in a similar style - will it attract a similarly delighted critical response?
Bedlam: The Asylum and Beyond is a new exhibition at London's Wellcome Collection which looks at how the legacy of Bethlem Hospital has shaped the mental health landscape in this country
National Treasure on Channel 4 is a drama that imagines a well-known TV personality coming under suspicion for historical sexual abuse allegations
Which actor plays Faustus and which plays Mephistophilis in the RSC's production of Dr Faustus at The Barbican is decided live onstage each night in a unique way.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Louise Doughty, John Mullan and Catherine O'Flynn. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Hunt for the Wilderpeople is in cinemas now, certificate 12A
Image copyright: Aimee Spinks
The Lesser Bohemians by Eimar McBride is available in hardback and ebook now.
Image copyright: JMA Photography
Bedlam: The Asylum and Beyond
Bedlam: The Asylum and Beyond at the Wellcome Collection in London until 15 January 2017
National Treasure starts on Channel 4 at 9pm on Tuesday 20 September
Doctor Faustus by The Royal Shakespeare Company is at the Barbican, Barbican Centre in London until 1st October 2016.
Image Copyright: Helen Maybanks
|Interviewed Guest||Louise Doughty|
|Interviewed Guest||John Mullan|
|Interviewed Guest||Catherine O'Flynn|