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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Warpaint – Warpaint review

Warpaint strip down their sound to its fundamentals for their new LP

Stuck between a rock and, well, a bigger rock…

'The Green Goblin’s son is turning out to be one of the great actors of his generation.'

The Weeknd – Kiss Land review

Kiss Land The Weeknd Republic It’s difficult to believe that it’s been two years since The Weeknd emerged, unheralded and remarkably fully formed, with an immaculate trilogy...

Preview: “Twelfth Night” for two nights only

Viola loves Orsino, Orsino loves Olivia, and Olivia loves Viola in disguise. Chaos (and comedy) ensues. The twists and turns of this unconventional love story...

As You Like It

The Byre Theatre, Tuesday, 7 February 2012 Comedy often seems a tenuous description when reading Shakespeare’s dusty blank verse. At best I manage to muster a smirk...

Review: The Young Pope

László Szegedi reviews The Young Pope, HBO's visually and mentally arresting ten-part series.

What to wear: Bongo Ball

Still trying to figure out your outfit for tomorrow night’s Africa-themed event? Worry no more

Edinburgh Fringe Festival: Blind Mirth triumphs

Blind Mirth returns to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and excels in the realm of improv comedy.

Beyond Milk Wood – The best radio dramas

Radio Times critic and wireless geek Tristram Fane Saunders guides you through 70 years of radio drama.

Game of Thrones: Walk of Punishment – review

The critically-acclaimed (and jaw-droppingly brilliant) HBO series Game of Thrones has returned to screens on both sides of the Atlantic. Each week, Richard Browne reviews each episode as the...