Catch up with May's theatre and film news

A new easy place to find the round-up news articles

Catch up with May's theatre and film news

Keeping up to date with the biggest news stories in film, theatre and music can be challenging, especially when there is so much else going on! That's why we started the monthly round-ups, as a way of highlighting the big stories you may have missed.

Now, we want to do more to increase their discoverability.

While in previous months you would have found all three of those round-ups on the homepage, but we want to try bringing them all together on one post to act as a portal to the news you care about, and leaving more space free on the homepage for us to showcase more of the great content the team and our wider community create. 

As it so happens, there is no music round-up this month as our resident music expert Sophie McCarthy is currently sunning it up abroad, but film buff Tayo and theatre luvvie Jo have still got you covered.

Film in May


Despite summer only just starting, it feels like Halloween for Tayo as the Loqueesha trailer drops, created seemingly to antagonise black audiences. Then there is the horror of Sonic, and his weird human teeth and bizzare legs. He also pays tribute to some lost Hollywood legends, and pulls in some new trailers.

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Theatre in May


Jo, in contrast, is living for the sunshine, and loves the bevvy of bank holidays and the birthday that May offers her. She also thinks everyone should see SIX the Musical. Elsewhere, Les Miserables backstage staff are facing redundancy, a new theatre career website launched, as well as new accessibility initiatives.

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Tom is the Editor of Voice. He is a politics graduate and holds a masters in journalism, with particular interest in youth political engagement and technology. He is also a mentor to our Voice Contributors, and champions our festivals programme, including the reporter team at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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