La La Land, Manchester By The Sea, Michael Chabon, Wish List at The Royal Court, Charles Avery
Two films touted for Oscars glory: La La Land and Manchester By The Sea. Michael Chabon's Moonglow. Katherine Soper's Wish List at London's Royal Court, Charles Avery's Island.
We can help you to decide between two films touted for Oscars glory: La La Land revives The Hollywood musical and Manchester By The Sea starring Casey Affleck- If you have to choose, which one deserves your custom?
Michael Chabon's latest novel Moonglow is sort-of autobiographical - the lies, deception, rumours, legends, confessions and confusions that all families create are explored through a life lived in The American Century.
Katherine Soper (a 24-year-old former perfume seller) won The UK's biggest playwriting competition with Wish List; a play informed by what she calls the government's "systematic assault" on disabled and mentally ill people. It's being staged at London's Royal Court Theatre
Artist Charles Avery's work is an ongoing evolving depiction of an imaginary island. Through drawings, sculptures and texts. he has created its topology, cosmology and inhabitants. He has a new exhibition of his imaginings.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Kate Williams, Maria Delgado and David Benedict. The producer is Oliver Jones.
La La Land
La La Land is in cinemas now, certificate 12A.
Manchester by the Sea
Manchester by the Sea is in cinemas now, certificate 15.
Charles Avery: The People and Things of Onomatopoeia: Part 2
|Interviewed Guest||Kate Williams|
|Interviewed Guest||Maria Delgado|
|Interviewed Guest||David Benedict|
- Sat 14 Jan 2017 19:15