Even the best of intentions can sometimes end up messily.
You’d think the combo of Jack Thorne and John Tiffany (Harry Potter and TheCursed Child and before that, Hope, and the brilliant adaptation of the Swedish gothic tale, let the right one in) would be a brilliant reunion. Continue reading →
Sometimes the best of intentions can turn to ashes in the mouth.
Jack Thorne’s Hope doesn’t go quite that far but his much anticipated blast against the current relentless drive for public sector cuts, though welcome and well intentioned, is a disappointment. Continue reading →