Demetrios Matheou



On screen, on stage, out and about

Demetrios Matheou
  • The Last Station (2009)

    February 6th, 2021
    The Last Station (2009)

    In honour of the ever-greater Christopher Plummer, who has just died

  • Blu-ray: Crash

    December 27th, 2020
    Blu-ray: Crash

    David Cronenberg’s controversial collision of cars and sex retains its power to provoke

  • Lovers Rock

    December 26th, 2020
    Lovers Rock

    A pure, joyous, revelatory piece of filmmaking. 

  • The Mole Agent

    December 18th, 2020
    The Mole Agent

    An octogenarian widower goes undercover in a Chilean nursing home

  • Midnight Sky

    December 17th, 2020
    Midnight Sky

    George Clooney directs and stars in a flawed but moving apocalyptic sci-fi

  • Blu-ray: The Irishman

    December 13th, 2020
    Blu-ray: The Irishman

    Scorsese’s gangster reprise has the wisdom of age and all the panache of the past

  • Mank

    December 9th, 2020
    Mank

    Gary Oldman is on top form as Citizen Kane’s screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz, in Fincher’s fabulous, bitter-sweet paean to Hollywood’s Golden Age

  • Another Round

    October 23rd, 2020
    Another Round

    Mads Mikkelsen excels as a teacher seeking salvation in the bottom of a glass

  • Mangrove

    October 16th, 2020
    Mangrove

    Steve McQueen’s recreation of the Mangrove Nine trial is an explosive, emotive drama about racial injustice

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FILM FROM THE VAULT ››

  • Blade Runner 2049

    September 26th, 2020
    Blade Runner 2049

    Denis Villeneuve's sequel to Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic plays like a mesmerising, slow-burn dream

Theatre ››

  • The Visit, Olivier Theatre

    February 21st, 2020
    The Visit, Olivier Theatre

    Lesley Manville plays the billionairess out for revenge in Tony Kushner’s adaptation of Dürrenmatt’s dark parable, with Hugo Weaving as the old lover who wishes he wasn’t

  • Endgame, The Old Vic

    February 10th, 2020
    Endgame, The Old Vic

    Alan Cumming and Daniel Radcliffe team up as the master and servant desperate for closure, in Beckett’s masterpiece

  • Toby Jones and Richard Armitage head the ensemble in Conor McPherson's new Chekhov adaptation, directed by Ian Rickson

  • Cyrano de Bergerac

    December 20th, 2019
    Cyrano de Bergerac

    James McAvoy and director Jamie Lloyd continue their collaboration with this new version of Rostand’s classic love story, by Martin Crimp

  • Lungs

    October 25th, 2019
    Lungs

    Claire Foy and Matt Smith reunite after 'The Crown' for Duncan Macmillan's sparky two-hander about parenting and the planet

  • Clive Owen, Lia Williams and Anna Gunn star in Tennessee Williams' morally dubious drama

  • Europe, Donmar Warehouse

    July 3rd, 2019
    Europe, Donmar Warehouse

    A timely 25th anniversary revival of David Greig’s still resonant lament for a continent that’s lost its way

  • Hot off season two of 'Fleabag,' Andrew Scott joins the fine tradition of Noel Coward alter egos

  • The Convert, The Young Vic

    December 24th, 2018
    The Convert, The Young Vic

    Danai Gurira returns to London with her award-winning drama set in colonial Africa, starring her Black Panther co-star Letitia Wright

  • Antony & Cleopatra

    October 8th, 2018
    Antony & Cleopatra

    Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo play Shakespeare’s doomed power couple

  • Sam Mendes directs an epic parable about Wall Street's souring of the American Dream

  • Mood Music, Old Vic

    May 10th, 2018
    Mood Music, Old Vic

    Roger Michell directs Joe Penhall's topical new play, on abuse of power in the music industry

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