Culture | May 10, 2019

Review: A German Life

“Everything that is beautiful is also tainted, and whatever’s horrible also has its bright side. (...Read More)

Culture | May 10, 2019

Review: Three Sisters

After last year’s superlative Summer and Smoke, the pairing of director Rebecca Frecknall and youn (...Read More)

Culture | March 14, 2019

Review: Betrayal

It’s been a hell of a year for Harold Pinter fans. Over seven productions, director Jamie Lloyd re (...Read More)

Culture | March 14, 2019

Review: Alys, Always

Alys, Always is an unabashed crowd-pleaser, a gripping, pulpy thriller in the mould of Gone Girl or (...Read More)

Culture | March 1, 2019

Review: Dorothea Tanning

Walking through the Tate Modern’s latest show is like revisiting a barely remembered dream: famil (...Read More)

Culture | February 22, 2019

Review: Franz West

I left the Tate Modern’s Franz West exhibition with a strong desire to get extremely drunk with th (...Read More)

Culture | February 22, 2019

Review: Shipwreck

You wait months for a fractured, meandering, three hour play about politics and then two come along (...Read More)