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The best of November’s entertainment, hand-picked for you


Glastonbury 50: The Official Story of Glastonbury Festival by Emily Eavis and Michael Eavis

If you weren’t one of the lucky punters to get tickets to the world’s largest outdoor green fields event, then you can at least enjoy this new book celebrating the past 50 years of the iconic Glastonbury Festival and think about how great a time you could have had next year, like the rest of us.

Out Now

Fleabag: The Scriptures by Phoebe Waller-Bridge

A must-have for fans of the multi-award winning television series Fleabag, this book contains brand new writing from the genius behind the show, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, as well as the complete filming scripts of series one and two of Fleabag, annotated with never-before-seen stage directions. 

Out 12 November

’Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas by Adam Kay

Following the success of This is Going to Hurt, his record-breaking, million-copy bestseller and 2018 Book of the Year, medic and comic Adam Kay is back with another brilliant read, celebrating the hard-working heroes of the NHS in this hiliarious and heartbreaking behind-the-scenes view of the hospital at Christmas.

Out Now


Living with Yourself

What’s better than a new comedy-drama television series starring Paul Rudd? You guessed it, a new comedy-drama television series starring two Paul Rudds. Living With Yourself follows the story of a man who discovers he has been cloned after undergoing a mysterious treatment to try and better his life.

Streaming on Netflix Now

Knives Out

This sharp black comedy-slash-murder mystery film (see what we did there?) directed by Rian Johnson and starring an ensemble cast including Daniel Craig and Jamie Lee Curtis, will have you simultaneously on the edge of your seat with intrigue and rolling on the floor with laughter.  

Out 25 November

Le Mans ‘66

Strap yourself in for this film about the rivarly between automotive visionaries Ford and Ferrari and their battle for dominance at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France. Starring Matt Damon and Chrsitian Bale, this biographical drama is speeding into cinemas later this month.

Out 15 November


It Might Be Time, Tame Impala

We’ve finally been blessed with the second single, It Might Be Time, from award-winning Australian psychedelic music project Tame Impala’s fourth studio album, The Slow Rush, giving us a taste of what’s to come next year. And if the album is anything like this new track, we think it might be time to release the whole record now.

Out Now

Thanks for the Dance, Leonard Cohen

This upcoming posthumous record from the legendary Leonard Cohen is comprised of a collection of previously-unheard material with contributions from Cohen’s son, Adam, as well as other musicians including indie music stars Beck and Bryce Dessner of The National. 

Out 22 November

How Did This Get Made? Podcast

If you’re a fan of films that are so awful that they’re somehow great again, or ever wondered how terrible films could even see the light of day in the first place, then this is the podcast for you. Hosts Jason Mantzoukas, June Diane Raphael and Paul Scheer –alongside celebrity guest stars – provide a hilarious commentary on some of the worst movies in existence.

Out Now (New Episodes Every Friday).

Published in: November 2019

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