Oscar-winning historical rom-com finds its true home in Lee Hall's delightful stage version, say critics
Nicolas Cage is 'terrific' as an ex-con and father figure in compelling Southern Gothic tale
Helen McCrory a 'scorching' heroine in 'horribly gripping' update of Euripides's Greek tragedy
Provocative art duo's new show about paranoia, drugs and religion is 'offensive, urgent and brilliant'
Rupert Everett gives 'best stage performance to date' in Shaffer's scintillating tale of jealousy
State-of-the-nation play is packed with thorny issues beneath 'laugh-out-loud' comedy
Critics praise gripping, spectacular and 'impressively un-stupid' Apes franchise follow-up
The Mona Lisa of modernism, Black Square, is the centrepiece of Tate Modern's compelling survey show
'Glorious' National Portrait Gallery show distils brilliant, tragic life of Bloomsbury writer
Lynn Nottage's tale of a lonely black seamstress in early 1900s New York is 'a serious delight'
For our newsletter
The Week.co.uk Editorial Offices
30 Cleveland Street
London, W1T 4JD
T: +44 (0)20 7907 6000
The Week Subscriptions
800 Guillat Avenue
Kent Science Park
Kent, ME9 8GUEmail:
email@example.comT: 0844 844 0086W: subscription.theweek.co.ukOverseas subscriptions:
T: +44 (0)1795 592921
F: +44 (0)1795 414555Opening hours:
8am-8pm Monday to Friday,
9am-1pm on Saturdays
© Copyright The Week Ltd which is a subsidiary of Dennis Publishing Limited.
The Week is a trademark of Felix Dennis.