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8th December 2023
Book review: Amy: In Her Words
The case of Amy Winehouse is so tragic that we could be forgiven for not wishing to revisit it: the ...
5th December 2023
Exclusive: Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood on their new art show
The Internet may have wrecked the opportunity for tactile nostalgia. When Radiohead's OK Computer ca...
29th November 2023
Simon Callow on his upbringing, life as an actor and the dangers of the art house flop
I am sometimes asked by young people who want to be actors whether I can help - realistically there'...
20th November 2023
Meredith Taylor reviews Klimt and the Kiss
To every age its art, to every art is freedom The Kiss By Gustav Klimt is one of the most recognised...
14th November 2023
Ronel Lehmann on 27 Restaurant and Bar: “a beautiful nod to the past”
It is Safer Gambling Week (13th-19th November 2023) and I decided to visit a restaurant below a casi...
10th November 2023
Friday poem: Arrogance by Omar Sabbagh
Even the motes of dust he petitions to be friendly faces. And the undulance of his desire, the danci...
7th November 2023
Larry David v Dave Chappelle: the Battle for the Soul of America
All the talk of the 21st century belonging to the Chinese isn’t likely to have been reduced by the s...
3rd November 2023
Review: Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan
Milan is a famous city, but it's also in a catchment area where we find cities at their most beautif...
1st November 2023
Matthew Perry: 1969-2023
There is a scene in Matthew Perry's memoir Friends, Lovers and The Big, Terrible Thing which it is i...
27th October 2023
Ronel Lehmann reviews Bellamy’s: ‘a genuine care for diners’
Hidden off Berkeley Square down Bruton Place is one of the late Queen Elizabeth II's favourite Frenc...
19th October 2023
Book review: Ronel Lehmann reviews Dame Esther Rantzen’s Older and Bolder
I often remind our student candidates that it is normal to be nervous before an interview. At their ...
16th October 2023
Dinesh Dhamija: Is sport in India about to explode?
Now that the eyes of the cricket-loving world are turned to the country, as it hosts the World Cup...
13th October 2023
Armando Iannucci’s Pandemonium: “quite funny – but only quite”
Say, heaving Muse, what catalogue of restraints and luckless lockdowns fell upon th'unwilling world ...
10th October 2023
A Novel Way of Working: Tim Robinson on the best books about jobs
Writing my novel Hatham Hall (Northside House), I realised that characters who support themselves ar...
2nd October 2023
Paul Joyce: An Artist’s Memories of Sycamore Gap
Hadrian's Wall started construction about AD 122 and took nearly a decade to complete. It was intend...
29th September 2023
Friday poem: The Bay by Christopher Hamilton-Emery
The Bay A sort of dislodged washed-out bay we feel into after hours of hill torture. No terns or boa...
27th September 2023
Exclusive: how Emma Raducanu changed the world of tennis
Emma Raducanu sits in a luxury hotel, immediately more interesting than the backdrop behind her. Int...
22nd September 2023
Review of Galvin at Windows: “reliably first rate”
'Now is the time for eating. Later is the time for regret.' So said my companion as we sat down to l...
25th August 2023
Premiere Affaire: a film which shows there are no easy answers when embarking on a legal career
Premiere affaire is one of the juiciest films to hit the Piazza Grande at this year's L...
3rd August 2023
Meredith Taylor on Oppenheimer: “a fraught epic”
At a time when the world has been holding its breath over the escalation of hostilities between Russ...
28th July 2023
Review of Asteroid City: “a film with nothing to say about employability – or anything else”
How would you feel, I wonder, if you were a Hollywood star and not in the new Wes Anderson movie?...

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