thu 18/01/2018

Katherine Waters

Articles By Katherine Waters

Art UK, Art of the Nation review - public art in a private space

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The Nutcracker, English National Ballet review - a thoroughly enchanting performance

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Blue Planet II, BBC One review - just how fragile?

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Rachel Hewitt: A Revolution of Feeling review - from passions to emotions

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The Melting Pot, Finborough Theatre review - entertaining morals

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Modigliani, Tate Modern review - the pitfalls of excess

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The Best of AA Gill review - posthumous words collected

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Mother Courage, Southwark Playhouse review - this production is not one for our times

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Han Kang: The White Book review - between what is, what was, what might have been

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Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11, Imperial War Museum review - affecting but incoherent

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Philip Pullman: La Belle Sauvage review - not quite equal

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David Bomberg, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester review - a reputation restored

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The End of Hope, Soho Theatre review - initially bold but not quite enough

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Young Reviewer of the Year Award Winner: Katherine Waters on Marc Quinn

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