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REVIEWS

Steel is what defines Sheffield as a city, but it’s also a city identified by left-wing politics – it was once known, after all,...

Under director Kully Thiarai, National Theatre Wales is sharpening its resolve to be a people’s theatre. Tide Whisperer, a new site-specific work by Louise...

Thanks to its gargantuan forces – with more than 60 named roles and a vast chorus reflecting its epic novel forbear – Prokofiev’s War...

This is kind of cool. Over nine days of watery September sunshine, Dorset’s Inside Out Festival offers a varied roster of arts events, all...

In 1954, 17-year-old Geoffrey Patrick Williamson, questioned by police officers while on a train home from Exeter to Bristol, gave the names of men...

From When I Wake the Want Is is the second album by Aberdonian musician Kathryn Joseph, a singer and songwriter of unnerving grace and...

While fake news isn't at the centre of Better Off Dead, it certainly swirls around the edges of this bleakly comic play. Its protagonist, writer...

"I come from the people, they need to adore me / So Christian Dior me" demands Eva Peron as her publicity team set to...

In the 1960s, EM Forster saw little reason to publish his 1914 novel Maurice, as its themes and writing seemed dated. Published posthumously, it...

Russian-born Royal Ballet star Natalia Osipova returns to Sadler’s Wells with a largely triumphant mixed bill of contemporary and classical fare. Her last programme...

Following their first opera The Last Hotel, a chilling tale in which a couple helps a woman to commit suicide, composer Donnacha Dennehy and...

The women of Athens are sick of watching incompetent men run their lives, so they hatch a plan. Under the cloak of darkness and...
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