A Christmas Carol, The Disaster Artist, An Unremarkable Body, Rose Wylie, Crown Court
A Christmas Carol at London's Old Vic, The Disaster Artist film, An Unremarkable Body by Elisa Lodato, Rose Wylie at Serpentine Galleries, and Crown Court TV series returns.
A Christmas Carol is London's Old Vic Theatre's Christmas offering this year. It's a new version by Jack Thorne (who wrote Harry Potter and The Cursed Child) directed by Matthew Warchus and starring Rhys Ifans as Ebenezer Scrooge
The Disaster Artist is a tribute to one of the worst films ever - Tommy Wisseau's The Room. If the original was such a stinker, can a film about it be funny about the ineptitude or just cruel?
Elisa Lodato's novel An Unremarkable Body tells the story of a middle-aged daughter coming to terms with the death of her mother.
There's an exhibition of work by Rose Wylie at London's Serpentine Galleries
Crown Court was a daytime TV series which ran for 12 years from 1972. It's being resurrected with Judge Rinder as the gavel-banging star; Judge Judy meets 12 Angry men?
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Patrick Gale, Briony Hanson and John Mullan
The producer is Oliver Jones.
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol runs at The Old Vic in London until 20th January
Image: Manuel Harlan
The Disaster Artist
The Disaster Artist (cert 15) is on general release
An Unremarkable Body
An Unremarkable Body by Elisa Lodato is published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson
Rose Wylie: Quack Quack is at The Serpentine Gallery in London until 11th February
Image:Pink Skater, (Will I Win, Will I Win), 2015
TV Armchair Detectives/Crown Court
Armchair Detectives is on BBC1 at 1415 Monday to Friday
Judge Rinder’s Crown Court begins on ITV on 8th December at 2100
|Interviewed Guest||Patrick Gale|
|Interviewed Guest||Briony Hanson|
|Interviewed Guest||John Mullan|