The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Hereditary, Thomas Cole, Daisy Johnson, Snatches on BBC4
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at The Donmar, Hereditary, Eden to Empire and Course of Empire at London's National Gallery, Everything Under by Daisy Johnson and Snatches on BBC4.
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie has been adapted for the stage at London's Donmar Warehouse to mark the centenary of Muriel Sparks' birth
There's a new horror film which some critics have been comparing to The Exorcist and other touchstones of the genre; is Hereditary as scary as the publicity would have us believe?
London's National Gallery is staging two complementary exhibitions: Eden to Empire looks at the work of Thomas Cole, a Lancashire-born painter who became most famous for his landscapes of the American wilderness. Course of Empire is a smaller collection of work by contemporary American painter Ed Ruscha
Daisy Johnson's novel Everything Under resets a classical myth into the modern-day, set on the waterways of rural England
Snatches is a series of 15 minute monologues beginning on BBC4 to mark 100 years of women's suffrage. It tell tales of moments from women's lives over the last century,
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Rosie Boycott, Jude Kelly and Rhidian Brook. Producer is Oliver Jones.
Hereditary (Cert 15) is on wide release
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie runs at The Donmar Warehouse in London until 28th July
Image: Manuel Harlan
Everything Under by Daisy Johnson is published by Jonathan Cape
Image: Polyanna Johnson
Eden to Empire and Course of Empire
Eden to Empire and Course of Empire are at The National Gallery in London until 7th October
Image: Thomas Cole
Life Study for the Prostrate Shepherd in the Angel Appearing to the Shepherds, 1831–2
Photo © John Bigelow Taylor
Snatches begins on BBC4 on Monday 18th June at 2200
|Interviewed Guest||Rosie Boycott|
|Interviewed Guest||Jude Kelly|
|Interviewed Guest||Rhidian Brook|