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Rita, Sue and Bob Too; 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri; Lily Tuck; History In The Making; Britannia

Rita Sue and Bob Too at The Royal Court, 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Lily Tuck's novel - Sisters, History in the Making at Alan Cristea Gallery, Britannia on TV.

The controversy surrounding London's Royal Court Theatre's staging of Andrea Dunbar's semi-autobiographical play Rita Sue and Bob Too led to it being postponed and then rapidly reinstated. Written in 1982 when she was 19, can it now be seen as a period piece?
3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri is a darkly comic film starring Frances McDormand, written produced and directed by Martin McDonagh
Lily Tuck is a winner of The National Book Award in the USA. Her latest novel Sisters imagines a woman trying to deal with her relationship with her husband's first wife.
History In The Making at Alan Cristea Gallery in London is an exhibition of works which make reference to, or appropriate, historical art as part of their working practice, Britannia is a new TV series set in 43AD, "following the Roman army as they return to crush the Celtic heart of Britannia". It's on Sky Atlantic
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Miranda Carter, Maria Delgado and Lawrence Norfolk. The producer is Oliver Jones.

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Rita, Sue and Bob Too

Rita, Sue and Bob Too

Rita Sue and Bob Too is at London’s Royal Court Theatre until 27th January

Image: The Other Richard

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is in cinemas now, certificate 15.

History In The Making

History In The Making

History In The Making is at the Alan Cristea Galletry in London until 10th February.

Image: Clare Woods, Thinks, 2016

Sisters

Sisters

Sisters by Lily Tuck is published by textpublishing.  

Image: Julie Thayer

Britannia

Britannia

All the episodes of Britannia will be available on Sky Atlantic from 18 January 

Podcast recommendations

Maria recommends: A Fantastic WomanMiranda recommends: The Good Place
Lawrence is writing a poem
Tom recommends: Ma'am Darling by Craig Brown

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Presenter Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest Miranda Carter
Interviewed Guest Maria Delgado
Interviewed Guest Lawrence Norfolk
Producer Oliver Jones

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