What's on at Market Theatre
Fanatical teacher Professor Katorek encourages his impressionable students to enlist in the German army and to fight for their country in World War I. All of the youngsters are enthusiastic about the chance to serve their nation, except for Behn, who...
Tue Oct 21:
Tough times and a changing world put pressure on a lower-middle-class family in mid-1950s Calcutta in Satyajit Ray’s 1963 film ‘The Big City’ – screening at BFI Southbank as part of a two-month Ray season. When bank clerk Subrata (Anil Chatterjee) st...
Fri Nov 14:
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s last film, the Oscar-winning ‘A Separation’ (2011), was a taut, subtle drama centred on a well-off Tehran couple going through a divorce. Farhadi’s style is immediate and intense: he employs an unadorned realism to t...
Fri Oct 10:
‘The Selfish Giant’ shares its title with an Oscar Wilde children’s tale, but this unflinching, moving story of two Bradford boys who steal copper, illegally race ponies and flirt worryingly with danger all day long is rooted in a very real, modern B...
Fri Sep 5: