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Bruno and the Referendum

Tomorrow, June 23, the UK will vote on whether or not to remain part of the European Union. Like everyone else who plans to vote, I’ve been thinking a lot about what national identity means to me, in a globally…

Bruno and the Referendum

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The mystery of MH370 goes to the heart of our fears
Mar 16th 2014
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The mystery of MH370 goes to the heart of our fears

The mystery of MH370 goes to the heart of our fears

Malaysia Airlines' missing plane prompts the niggling thought that maybe we have no business taking to the skies…

What Was Promised – 'Tobias Hill's White Teeth'
Mar 16th 2014
Review

What Was Promised – 'Tobias Hill's White Teeth'

What Was Promised – 'Tobias Hill's White Teeth'

Tobias Hill's fifth novel, which follows three immigrant families in London, confirms him as an outstanding writer of…

Miranda Hart: My, What I Call Live Show – 'a triumph of old-school entertainment'
Mar 16th 2014
Review

Miranda Hart: My, What I Call Live Show – 'a triumph of old-school entertainment'

Miranda Hart: My, What I Call Live Show – 'a triumph of old-school entertainment'

Miranda Hart's party-popping Everywoman intimacy is perfectly at home in the huge O2…

Falling into the Fire – a psychiatrist's impressive study of mental health
Mar 9th 2014
Review

Falling into the Fire – a psychiatrist's impressive study of mental health

Falling into the Fire – a psychiatrist's impressive study of mental health

Christine Montross helps to demystify madness with her perceptive, case-based account of the ethics of psychiatry…

Tim Key: Single White Slut – master of bathos
Mar 9th 2014
Review

Tim Key: Single White Slut – master of bathos

Tim Key: Single White Slut – master of bathos

Tim Key at the Soho theatre is somewhere between standup and experimental theatre – and he's painfully funny…

Miles Jupp is the Chap You're Thinking Of
Feb 23rd 2014
Review

Miles Jupp is the Chap You're Thinking Of

Miles Jupp is the Chap You're Thinking Of

The 'know-it-all posh boy' broadens his appeal with his latest show…

The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh
Feb 23rd 2014
Review

The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh

The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh

Helen Walsh's tale of forbidden pleasure in Mallorca is as substantial as it is sexy…

Was JK Rowling right to admit she was wrong about Ron and Hermione?
Feb 8th 2014
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Was JK Rowling right to admit she was wrong about Ron and Hermione?

Was JK Rowling right to admit she was wrong about Ron and Hermione?

When JK Rowling admitted that she regretted pairing Ron and Hermione, Harry Potter fans were furious. Should she…

Meet the author MJ Carter on historical fiction: 'It was brilliant to make stuff up!'
Jan 26th 2014
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Meet the author MJ Carter on historical fiction: 'It was brilliant to make stuff up!'

Meet the author MJ Carter on historical fiction: 'It was brilliant to make stuff up!'

Historian Miranda Carter on what inspired her to turn to historical crime fiction – and how to be…

The Lie by Helen Dunmore
Jan 12th 2014
Review

The Lie by Helen Dunmore

The Lie by Helen Dunmore

Rising stars of 2014 – stage
Jan 5th 2014
Article

Rising stars of 2014 – stage

Rising stars of 2014 – stage

We speak to comedian Aisling Bea, theatre director Sam Yates and dancer Francesca Hayward about an exciting year…

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