A stressed out lawyer and his 11 year old son magically swap bodies in the lead up to Christmas, and have to learn to see the world through each other’s eyes.
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A stressed young boy dives into a world of fantasy where he is visited by a massive yew tree that comes to life to share 3 stories on 3 significant nights.
With the help of the Resistance, a special ops team of allied soldiers are sent behind enemy lines to extract the man destined to lead a post-war Germany.
Set during the height of the blitz, a shortage of men opens the door for a woman to write scripts for morale-boosters, bringing to them “a women’s perspective”.
When young Lucy is admitted to the Great Ormond St Children’s Hospital for life-saving surgery, she frees the other patients by reading them Peter Pan.
In 1920’s New York a shy wizard arrives to uncover more spells and creatures for his homeland, becoming involved in a myriad of spell-binding mayhem.
A serial killer is on the loose in 19th century London and a link begins to appear between that & the case of a young woman on trial for murdering her husband.
Two troubled friends set out to spread their late bestie’s ashes around the English countryside in a tragic, hilarious and incredibly heartfelt road trip.
A portrait of the 19th-century American poet, Emily Dickinson, who died in 1886 as an unrecognised artist, tracing her life from a school girl into adulthood.
The eldest son of a criminal family is torn between his duty to his father and a desire to give his wife and kids a better life away from his own upbringing.
A new psychiatrist is brought in to assess a woman who has been a patient for over 50 years, unveiling her harrowing journey of destruction and incarceration.
When their pension is takes a dive after the GFC, senior citizens turn to a life of crime to take back what they feel they’re entitled to.
A modern-day fairy tale about a quirky young woman, Bella Brown, who finally learns to face her fears with the help of a group of odd well-wishers.
An autistic maths genius working in an accounting firm lives on the edge by fiddling the books for a myriad of crooked underworld organisations.
A WWII US army medic refuses to bear arms but does his best to save the lives of his comrades until their fate is in his hands during the Battle of Okinawa.
The true story of Britain’s shameful political interference in the marriage of the Prince of Botswana to a white English woman to appease South Africa c1940s.
Daniel Blake is a solid, working class Geordie forced onto income support after a work accident who has to start the exhausting process of rebuilding a life.
A childless couple rescue a baby and claim it as their own but as the years go by, their past decisions will come back to haunt them.
Àlex Ollé of innovative Catalan theatre group La Fura dels Baus directs the first Royal Opera staging of Bellini’s classic bel canto opera on love and honour.
A delusional alcoholic fantasises about a couple she sees through the train window every day until the woman goes missing and she becomes a potential witness.