Weekend Plans? The Regime and A Gentleman in Moscow

Got any plans this weekend? From a Titanic themed dinner to Kate Winslet’s new political satire we’ve got you covered whether you’re going out or staying in

Kate Winslet as Chancellor Elena Vernham in The Regime
Kate Winslet as Chancellor Elena Vernham in The Regime


Stuck in the Middle with You - The Sanctuary Theatre - April 12-20 at 7.30pm

English writer Paula Davey tells the story of five RUC officers stuck in the back of a Land Rover during a riot at the top of Belfast’s Albertbridge Road in 1996.

Over the course of the play we hear their stories - ordinary people caught in extraordinary times confronting the harsh reality of life in the security forces in the 1990′s head on.


Immaculate – In cinemas now

Focusing on an American girl who moves to Italy to join a remote convent. After a series of strange events she discovers she is miraculously pregnant, with things quickly turning into a living nightmare. This dark thriller is a great watch for fans of the horror genre. A solid seven out of 10.

The Regime, Sky Atlantic - All episodes available now

The series depicts a year within the palace of a crumbling authoritarian regime. After not leaving the palace for quite some time, Chancellor Elena Vernham becomes increasingly paranoid and unstable and turns to a volatile soldier, Herbert Zubak, as an unlikely confidant.

A Gentleman in Moscow, Paramount + - All episodes available now

Based on the namesake novel by Amor Towels, the series takes place after the Russian Revolution of 1917 and follows an aristocrat who’s sentenced to house arrest in a hotel attic. Although he lost everything, he soon realizes the power of human connection.

Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV, Discovery Plus – All episodes available now

This four-part docuseries examines the hostile work environment created by Nickelodeon showrunner Dan Schneider, who created some of the biggest shows on the children’s network in the late ‘90s and early 2000s, from The Amanda Show to Drake & Josh. Through in-depth interviews and first-hand accounts, Quiet on Set explains shocking allegations of child abuse and misconduct behind the scenes.