tue 18/02/2020

Katherine Waters

Articles By Katherine Waters

Dora Maar, Tate Modern review - how women disappear

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Measure for Measure, RSC, Barbican review - behind the times

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Craig David, BBC Radio 2 review - what's your flava?

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Charlotte Salomon: Life? or Theatre?, Jewish Museum London review - rallying against death

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Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh, Saatchi Gallery review - worth its weight?

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Little Simz, EartH review - bossing it

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George Stubbs: 'all done from Nature', MK Gallery review - a glorious menagerie

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Hogarth: Place and Progress, Sir John Soane’s Museum review - state of the nation

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Shuck 'n' Jive, Soho Theatre review - a mixed bag, lots of promise

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William Blake, Tate Britain - sympathy for the rebel

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Van Gogh’s Inner Circle, Noordbrabants Museum review - the man behind the art

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Peter Doig, Michael Werner review - ambiguous and excellent

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Gazelle Twin, Mirth, Marvel and Maud review - sardonic folk

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Anahera, Finborough Theatre review - blistering family drama from New Zealand

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Peaches, Royal Festival Hall review - blissful anarchy

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Barber Shop Chronicles, Roundhouse review - riotous theatre at its best

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