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Angie Errigo

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Taylor Swift, Wembley Stadium review - the Eras Tour lights...

Unless you were around when The Beatles toured America in the mid-1960s, it’s doubtful you've heard anything like this. In 40 years of extensive...

My Father's Fable, Bush Theatre review - hilarious and...

Following the huge success of Benedict Lombe’s Shifters, which transfers soon to the West End, the...

Blu-ray: Army of Shadows

One of those rare films that leaves you speechless after the closing credits, Jean-Pierre Melville’s Army of Shadows (L'Armée des...

Giulio Cesare, Glyndebourne review - every number a winner f...

How much better can a classic get? Sebastian Scotney more or less asked the same question on theartsdesk the last time Giulio...

Kelly Clancy: Playing with Reality - How Games Shape Our Wor...

For a couple of decades, the free video game America’s Army was a powerful recruitment aid for the US military. More than a shoot-em-up,...

Album: Madeleine Peyroux - Let's Walk

Madeleine Peyroux made her name with her second album, 2004’s Careless Love. It consists almost completely of cover versions, delivered...

Music Reissues Weekly: The Cryin’ Shames - Please Stay, Do T...

Liverpool’s The Cryin’ Shames were responsible for two of mid-Sixties Britain’s most striking single’s tracks. The February 1966 top side “Please...

theartsdesk at Smetanova Litomyšl - three fascinating operas...

What did they put in the water of Czechia’s central Bohemia/Moravia borderlands? From south to north there's Mahler’s birthplace in Kali...

The Exorcism review - salvaged horror movie is a diabolical...

Helpfully, this is a film that reviews itself. Like it says on the posters, “They were making a cursed movie. They were warned not to. They should...