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Thursday, February 21, 2019

The Critics: Clybourne Park; My Fair Lady

Clybourne Park 4/5 Originally debuted at the Royal Court’s Jerwood Theatre Downstairs last year, Clybourne Park made the grown up leap onto the Wyndham stage with...

Bored to Death

A Don Quixote for the modern era? Based on a short story he wrote for McSweeney’s back in 2007, Jonathan Ames’ Bored to Death is...

The Critics: Scre4m (15)

Showing every night at NPH (8.30pm) until Thursday 28th April. Certain skepticism is bound to come with the fourth version of a film. Where so...

The Critics: Crystal Stilts; Bill Callahan; Star Slinger; Bibio; The Sounds

In Love with Oblivion by Crystal Stilts 4/5 In Love with Oblivion sounds, like almost everything else the Crystal Stilts have released, as though it was recorded...

The Critics: Speed The Plow; Frankenstein

Speed The Plow 4/5 David Mamet, is not a name billed as a crowd pleaser within the fairly small confines of the St. Andrews stage. Speed-the-Plow,...

Dispose of your glasses at the exit

Whatup with 3d cinema? In 2009 James Cameron’s Avatar blinded us all with its dazzling special effects, astronomical budget and wonderful use of 3D technology,...

Medieval Times

In the wake of The Tudors,  three new shows take up the gauntlet in the crusade to give the Middle Ages sex appeal. As The...

The Critics: Source Code; Blue Valentine

Source Code 3.5/5 Following the incredible critical and commercial success of Inception last year, 2011 is seeing a crop of high-concept blockbusters hitting screens in an...

It’s not a Memoir

In her new memoir, Tina Fey is always the butt of her own joke. Bossypants by Tina Fey Illustrated, 277pages Reagan Arthur/Little, Brown & Co. $26.99 “It is an impressively...

A dying artform?

With the Internet as an increasingly dominant forum for the distribution of music, what is to become of the album artwork that graced the...