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Igor Toronyi-Lalic

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Igor is the editor of Culture House at The Spectator. He's a co-director of the London Contemporary Music Festival and author of Benjamin Britten (2013) for Penguin.

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W1A, Series 3 Finale, BBC Two review - the satire gets to th...

Repetition can help clarity. It emphasises significance, and shines a light more directly onto something hidden. It can guide us gently into an...

Sleaford Mods, Manchester Academy review - laptop punks stil...

Sleaford Mods are not just those two sweary guys with a laptop from Nottingham. Their unique mix of acerbic, politically conscious lyrics and lo-...

Newnight: Grenfell Tower - The 21st Floor, BBC Two review -...

The streets around Grenfell Tower on the morning after it was consumed by fire heaved with people. A stream of donors brought food, clothes and...

Witness for the Prosecution, London County Hall review - fav...

Some site-specific theatre feels like a really good fit. You could say, in this case, that it seems like poetic justice. Agatha Christie’s 1953...

DVD/Blu-ray review: Land of Mine

Danish director Martin Zandvliet brilliantly explores a little-known...

Soutine's Portraits, Courtauld Gallery review - a super...

This is the latest in a line of beautifully curated, closely focused exhibitions that the...

Listed: 20 Punk Moments that Shook the World

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Total Immersion: Julian Anderson, Barbican review - BBC ense...

Julian Anderson’s 50th birthday this year was the prompt for the latest of the BBC’s Total Immersion days, devoted to the work of a...

Jacqueline du Pré: A Gift Beyond Words, BBC Four review - od...

Hyperbole be damned. The most iconic English classical recording was made on 19 August 1965 in Kingsway Hall, London. Like Maria Callas singing...