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Gloom-drenched odyssey reaches miserable conclusion
Reginald Christie's Notting Hill murders revisited with horror and black humour
Constituents come off best in a fly-on-the-wall documentary about their representatives
A great ballet score gets a definitive reading, a nostalgic violin recital, and an American quartet tackle the hits of the English Renaissance
British pianist successfully follows a tried and tested recipe
Russian classics energised by clean lines and precise textures
Consummate 'preliminary evening' of the Ring from a master Wagnerian
Gerald Barry's crazy velocity berserks both 'Alice' books in rude style
Storm-force Brecht and Weill means lumpy Korngold is worth enduring
Sharp Seventies political farce comes suddenly bang up to date
Hans Christian Andersen made contemporary, infused with Emma Rice's trademark brio
As her touring Hamlet reaches London, director Kelly Hunter reflects on packing Elsinore into a suitcase
Agony meets ecstasy in radical Irish take on the ballet
Modern dance finds a serene new home in a 13th-century tithe barn
Christmas classic is never disappointing - and these principals always winning
As a major retrospective opens at Tate Modern, musician and producer Justin Adams reflects on his lifelong love of an American great
A rich history of art through painters' eyes
Reunited with the artist's final works, a painting rarely seen but endlessly reproduced