"It really hurt him that someone he was so close to would not trust his judgment."
Geena Davis: ‘As soon as I hit 40, I fell off the cliff. I really did’The Thelma & Louise and A League of Their Own star wanted to be an actor from the age of three. She discusses sexual harassment, improving representation, and why she’s so glad she had kids in her 40s
Greatest Ever Late ’n’ Live review – a welcome hit of Edinburgh standup. YouTubeFootage of Dara Ó Briain, Sarah Millican, John Bishop and Jason Byrne features in this attempt to recapture the mythic status of a renowned fringe night
Sarah Moss: ‘Writing about the natural world is not an optional extra'. The Ghost Wall writer on how her darkly comic new novel was inspired by climate emergency and her Brexit dismay
“If you have irregular periods, painful periods, PMS, heavy flow, menopause symptoms, PCOS, endometriosis, or are coming off of birth control, then seed cycling might be for you."
Trunk call: the comeback of skimpy SpeedosDesigned for practicality, the Speedo has delighted and dismayed in equal measure. Now the swimwear classics are back in fashion – but would you dare?
Blindness review – blazing pandemic tale is brilliantly too close for comfortDonmar Warehouse, London José Saramago’s timely, sinister story of a world in chaos reopens the theatre after lockdown and is narrated with savage rage by Juliet Stevenson
Must I Go by Yiyun Li review – like stumbling across a cache of personal papersLi’s novel tracing the roots of a daughter’s tragic death has hard-nosed insights but sometimes lacks momentum
The week in theatre: Fanny and Stella; The House That Slipped; Alice: A Virtual Theme Park – reviewGarden theatre, London SE11; online Two singing, dancing Victorian cross-dressers give the kiss of life to London’s fringe theatre. And by Zoom to 2070 and Wonderland
‘I'm 21 and I've never been kissed’: six people on big experiences they haven’t had. We all remember our first kiss… but what if it hasn’t happened yet? And what about swimming in the ocean, riding a bike or going to the cinema? Amelia Tait talks to six people about things they haven’t done
The Hungover Games by Sophie Heawood review – an acerbic must-read. An unexpected journey from celebrity interviewer to single mother is never less than candid and funny