Rufus Norris

Occasionally, just occasionally, a show comes along that is so exciting, so dynamic but so profoundly moving that, irrelevant of personal preference, I just say, "Go see this show." Go see Everyman.
Based on the best-selling book by Katherine Boo, Behind the Beautiful Forevers is a dynamic, vibrant depiction of the dark side of India's rapid economic success. For under the Mumbai flight-path lies a vast slum that teems with people desperate to grab some of India's riches for themselves - by any means possible.
Broken isn't a masterpiece, doesn't attempt to answer any burning questions and its overall message certainly won't leave you with any warm and fuzzy feelings inside, it's still a very worthwhile watch.
Tim Roth, one of the UK's most successful actors in America, has come home for the gruelling family drama, 'Broken', and
After last night's Dr Dee, a new opera created by Damon Albarn and director Rufus Norris at the English National Opera, I began thinking over my own, personal, verdict.