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Thursday, February 21, 2019

The Critics: Concert: Ray LaMontagne

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Interviewed on the red carpet at this year’s Grammys, Ray LaMontagne was recently asked if he had a “just in...

Portraits of Palestine

An exhibition of photographs of Palestine, in the Barron Theatre, tries to foster dialogue. Hosted and organized by the Mutual Respect and Dialogue for...

The Trend Report: AW2011

Highlights from London, New York, Milan & Paris Fashion Weeks. The finale of the A/W11 Christian Dior show in Paris last week: rather than the...

Refet Afrique

Behind the gaudy exterior of the Golf Hotel, Réfèt Afrique held what it boasted to be a “unique” event celebrating the “diversity and beauty...

The Sundance Kid brings his show to London

Actor and director Robert Redford, founder of the prestigious Sundance Film Festival, announced on March 15 that Sundance London will arrive in the UK...

The Critics: Yeomen of the Guard, The Glass Menagerie

Yeomen of the Guard Younger Hall: 25-27 February Before I enter into this review, I must nail my standard to the mast and admit, of my...

Waterlogged

Philip Gross and Don Paterson write about water, history and the meaning of words. Both poets are due to read at the Stanza festival...

Hoodoo Man Blues

John Burnside’s forthcoming collection Black Cat Bone explores various poetic traditions, eventually finding its way back home. Burnside will read at the Stanza Festival. “To...

The Critics: The Kids Are All Right

Available on DVD from 21 March The Oscars this year were predictable. James Franco looked handsome. Anne Hathaway was adorable in a nervous, awkward sort...

The Critics: You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

** DCA 18-31 March At the age of 75 Woody Allen still finds the energy to put out at least one new film per year. Vicky...