Theatre review: The Invisible

David Wurtzel reviews the latest play by renowned playwright Rebecca Lenkiewicz, which puts LASPO into dramatic form  The Invisible was written with the backing... read more

Book review: Beyond contempt: the inside story of the phone hacking trial

Author: Peter Jukes Illustrator: Martin Rowson Publisher: Canbury Press Date: April 2015ISBN -13: 978... read more

Book review: And is there honey still for tea?

Author: Peter Murphy Publisher: No Exit  Press Date: April 2015 ​ISBN-13: 978–1843444015 Price: £8.99 read more

Music review: Lifting the spirits

The renowned composer John Rutter reviews the third Bar Choral Society concert, performed in Temple Church on 10 June If the Bar Choral Society didn’t exist, you would have... read more

Review: British Library’s Magna Carta exhibition

And another thing... ... asked Tony Hancock – “Does Magna Carta mean nothing to you?” From maps and letters to extracts from Hancock’s Half Hour, the British Library’s... read more

Theatre review: The Troublesome Reign of King John of England

Great stuff Intended as a theatrical contribution to the Magna Carta celebrations, the Read Not Dead’s final production of its series was of The Troublesome Reign of... read more

Theatre review: Taken at Midnight

The courageous advocate David Wurtzel reviews Taken at Midnight by Mark Hayhurst, a Chichester Festival Production at the Theatre Royal Haymarket read more

Book review: The Final Charge

The Final Charge By Dawood Ali McCallum read more

Book review: The Children Act

The Children Act By Ian McEwan read more