Prints For Music: Photographers Donate Prints to Raise Money For

Music photographers recently donated prints to raise money for live crews who have been unable to work during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Prints For Music initiative featured over 100 prints of popular artists such as Bob Marley, Katy Perry and David Bowie. This is the first time that some of these images have been sold […]Read More

Theatre News: open casting call for Matilda the Musical

The producers of Matilda the Musical have launched an open casting call for the role of Bruce Bogtrotter in the new screen adaptation of the show. The new feature film is set to be directed by Matthew Warchus, who previously directed the Old Vic’s production of Lungs. Filming will take place in the UK and […]Read More

The Indiependent’s Theatre Christmas Gift Guide

2020 has been a bleak year, and we’re all desperately in need of some Christmas cheer! With less than a month to go until the big day, there’s not long to finish buying all of your presents. Whether you’re searching for a gift for a theatre-lover, or looking for inspiration for your own wish list, there’s […]Read More

First-Look Images Released of ‘United States vs Billie Holiday’

This week, film fans were treated to some first-look images from the upcoming Billie Holiday biopic United States vs Billie Holiday, shared exclusively to Vanity Fair. The images show Grammy-nominated actress Andra Day in the starring role of Billie. This will be her first leading role in a feature-length movie after previously playing the role […]Read More

#NotAWitch: Many Concerned That ‘The Witches’ Negatively Portrays Limb Differences

Since its release in October, many have voiced their concerns that the new adaptation of Roald Dahl’s book The Witches could increase stigma around disabilities.  In Dahl’s original book, a young boy accidentally stumbles across a group of child-hating witches who turn him into a mouse. In Robert Zemeckis’ new film adaptation, the Grand High Witch—played by […]Read More