Andrew Scott seems very much the man of the moment, both on screen and on stage. Before he was the Hot Priest in Fleabag, he was the unnervingly charming-yet-sinister Moriarty in Sherlock. You may also have spotted him in Black Mirror, Pride and His Dark Materials. But enough of me listing his filmography; I'm not IMDB.
It's incredible how one woman on a bar stool can captivate an audience for almost two hours solid with just pure and simple storytelling, no props and minimal sound effects. It's a testament to Waller-Bridge's performance, which has the audience in limbo somewhere between heartbreak and hilarity.
The award-winning spectacular, Warhorse, has arrived in Southampton on its UK tour, charging on stage with a show you will never forget.
NTLive brings a new, dystopian interpretation of Macbeth from the stages of London to our very own cinemas.
Imagine watching a spectacular London show from outside the capital, ten minutes from the office, with wine in hand and cheaper ticket prices; that's what National Theatre Live screenings are all about. Find out what happened when I watched Follies at The Point in Eastleigh.