Lou Bloom is unemployed and broke. With no one cutting him a break, Lou suspects he’s out of luck, when he unexpectedly stumbles upon the hidden world of freelance crime journalism.
In the prequel to The Conjuring, when a young couple move into their new home and become plagued
with a chain of mysterious and disturbing events, the finger of blame seems to
point towards a creepy, vintage doll…
Join the King of Waltz for his annual concert and celebration of his native city, Maastricht.
The moving tale of a beautiful courtesan, forced to give up everything in order to save her lover’s reputation.
Hiccup and Toothless return, and discover a secret ice cave with hundreds of wild dragons and a mysterious Dragon Rider. Before long, they are embarking on another high sky adventure in order to protect the harmony of their magical world.
Broadcast live from the National Theatre, highly acclaimed physical theatre group DV8 bring you this powerful story of one man, John, who embarks on a search in and unexpected and unknown place.
Bryony Lavery breathes new life into Robert Louis Stevenson’s deliciously dark tale of high seas murder and plunder. This new adaption of Treasure Island is broadcast live from the National Theatre.
Tom Stoppard makes his anticipated return to theatre with The Hard Problem, exploring faith, science and the mysteries of the conscious mind.
A bitter mining strike in 1980s Britain fosters an unlikely and unique union of solidarity between embattled mineworkers and gay activists.
Once high school sweethearts, Amanda and Dawson are brought back together in their small hometown, to rekindle their once turbulent relationship. But will the problems from their past catch up with them, 20 years later?
The melodramatic tale of a soldier’s downfall, returns to the stage in Richard Eyre’s enthralling production.
For the first time in eight years, Richard Wagner’s epic comedy returns to The Met Opera, and celebrates the power of music and the arts.
Originally created by Gioachino
Rossini, Bartlett Sher’s take on this timeless two act opera makes its way onto
cinema screens nationwide, streamed live from New York’s Metropolitan Opera
Jacques Offenbach’s masterpiece about a tortured poet retelling tales of his three love affairs, returns to the stage in this sparkling new production.
Franz Lehár’s enchanting operetta returns to The Met Opera stage in this stylishly designed production.
Doug and Abi have a massive secret and it’s only when they embark on holiday to the Scottish Highlands that it becomes clear just how much they’ll struggle to keep it hidden with their three young children in tow.