Raks Patel reviews Our Children, a powerful and disturbing look at real-life events surrounding depression.
Raks Patel reviews The Act, a play exploring the lives of gay men in 1960s Britain. An innovative and unique one-man show.
Raks Patel explores the BFI London Film Festival and explains why Londoners should give it a whirl.
Raks Patel reviews Codebreaker, a powerful and moving account of Alan Turing’s life and work. A remarkable film about a remarkable figure.
Raks Patel reviews Love, Hate, and Human Rights, and discovers eight new inspiring plays on LGBT and human rights themes.
Raks Patel reviews Swedish drama Patrik 1.5 in which a gay couple attempt to adopt a toddler and inadvertently end up with a homophobic teenager.
Raks Patel reviews This Is England, a powerful film exploring the importance of friendship, community and identity. What makes a skinhead?
Raks Patel reviews Edward II at the National Theatre and finds an ambitious, innovative and powerful production. Would you risk your kingdom for love?
Raks Patel reviews The Pride, examining the lives of gay men in Britain, then and now, and finds a thought-provoking play with pitch-perfect performances.
Raks Patel reviews NT Live and explains why experiencing a National Theatre production in the cinema rather than at the theatre is by no means second best.