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criticism

Dear Anthony, In the summer of 2015 I became involved in what would turn out to be your most infamous project yet. My agent at...

There's nothing new to artists being defensive about critics. But polymath writer Anthony Horowitz, who has written novels, TV series and plays, has taken...

Last week, I wrote a one-star review for I Loved Lucy at the Arts Theatre in London. Like its five-star counterpoint, the one-star review is...

How do we critique theatre by artists with learning difficulties? Are these performers regarded as less able than those with physical disabilities? Bella Todd investigates...

Some things are best left forgotten. Others, it would be a shame to resign to the history books. And when that thing is the...

“I know what I like and I like what I know,” goes the old saying. It’s a cliche, but like many cliches there is...

Why do we not see more critics given roles as associates or in literary posts within our producing theatres? This thought occurred to me while...

Michael Quinn’s article on the funding crisis in Northern Irish theatre (Insight, June 29) is timely and accurate. Theatre is the most effective art...

In the past couple of weeks, two major new musicals have opened in London: Bat Out of Hell, the stage incarnation of Meat Loaf’s...
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