All My Sons – Live Broadcast Review

In his All My Sons review for The Guardian, Michael Billington compares Arthur Miller’s play to J. B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. They’re both set around the same time, albeit on opposite sides of the Atlantic, and explore the consequences of putting family before community. After seeing the production in Billington’s review, which screened to… Continue reading All My Sons – Live Broadcast Review

As You Like it – Live Broadcast Review

  Kimberly Sykes’ interpretation of As You Like It – which was broadcast to cinemas nationwide last night – is first and foremost a crowd-pleaser. So much so that spectators get on stage, a half-eaten pancake flies into the auditorium, and the crowd frequently clap and cheer. It almost reaches pantomime-level ridiculousness, but never loses… Continue reading As You Like it – Live Broadcast Review