Ashley McGovern reviews the play Lippy, performed by Dead Centre and based on a real-life tragedy that took place in 2000 in Leixlip, Co Kildare.
Ashley McGovern reviews The Madness of George III, Alan Bennett’s multi-award-winning drama produced by Nottingham Playhouse.
Ashley McGovern reviews the documentary film Planet of the Humans which criticises the green movement and the renewable energy industry.
Reviewed by Ashley McGovern reviews the film Earthquake Bird, directed by Wash Westmoreland and based on the novel by Susanna Jones.
Ashley McGovern reviews The View From The Top Of A Pyramid, the exhibition by Jacqui Hallum at the Walker Art Gallery on until 1st March 2020.
Ashley McGovern reviews Joker, the new movie about the Batverse’s most notorious maniacal villain, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaquin Phoenix in the title role.
Ashley McGovern reviews Best Before Death, the documentary film directed by Paul Duane which follows the artist and musician Bill Drummond on The 25 Paintings World Tour.
Ashley McGovern reviews the French film A Faithful Man, directed by Louis Garrel and shown at Picturehouse.
Ashley McGovern reviews the film directed by Adrian Noble, Mrs Lowry & Son, about the artist L. S. Lowry and the relationship with his mother.
Ashley McGovern reviews the folk horror film Midsommar, written and directed by Ari Aster and showing at Picturehouse from 12th July.
Ashley McGovern reviews the play All My Sons by Arthur Miller, shown at Picturehouse as part of National Theatre Live.
Ashley McGovern reviews the new Danny Boyle film Yesterday, showing at Picturehouse from 28th June.
Ashley McGovern reviews the comedy high school movie Booksmart, directed by Olivia Wilde and showing at Picturehouse from 31st May.
Ashley McGovern reviews Amazing Grace, the documentary film about Aretha Franklin recording her live gospel album, showing at Picturehouse from 24th May.
Ashley McGovern reviews Chekhov’s First Play, presented by Dead Centre at the Liverpool Playhouse.
Ashley McGovern reviews the adaption of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, on at the Liverpool Playhouse till 4th May.
Ashley McGovern interviews Alhussein Ahmed, a freelance translator and Sudanese refugee who assists Liverpool’s asylum community.
Ashley McGovern looks at the findings of reports into the practices of Immigration Removal Centres in the UK.
Ashley McGovern reviews the Jerwood Photoworks Awards 2015 exhibition, on show at the Open Eye Gallery until 18th December.
Ashley McGovern reviews KAPUT, the exhibition by Benedict Drew now on show at the Walker Art Gallery till 26th February 2017.
Ashley McGovern reviews Burjesta Theatre’s production of Crime And Punishment, on at the Casa till the 18th November.
Ashley McGovern reviews the exhibition of linocuts by Picasso, which is at the Lady Lever Art Gallery until 8th January 2017.
Ashley McGovern reviews the play Happy Hour, which was performed at the Unity Theatre by Tmesis Theatre Company.
Ashley McGovern reviews the photography exhibition by Jane MacNeil, on at Bold Street Coffee until 28th October.