❉ Two New Wave acts from the last century sound as good today as they ever did.
❉ East End Modfathers The Small Faces live, breathe and sing again in Carol Harrison’s energetic musical play.
❉ Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor? There’s absolutely nothing to worry about.
❉ “I don’t want to live if I can’t be me.”
❉ Fatalistic and brilliantly directed, World Enough and Time is a fascinating beginning-of-the-end for the Twelfth Doctor.
❉ The Skids, Scotland’s finest New Wave export, are resoundingly back.
❉ After nearly thirty years, writer Rona Munro returns to the fold.
❉ A combination of Mars, Martians and Victorian soldiers finds writer Mark Gatiss on top form.
❉ Welcome to Bill’s dystopian nightmare.
❉ A sure-footed global epic.