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Michael Scott

Articles By Michael Scott

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Flesh and Blood, ITV review - Vivien's new love affair...

“Everybody lies,” says property developer Tony to his PA and secret lover Natalie. “Even your mum probably.” And of course he’s not wrong.

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DVD/Blu-ray: The Winslow Boy

Though set in a handsomely-realised 1912, many of The Winslow Boy’s period details seem disconcertingly contemporary, from aggressive...

Alina, Sadler's Wells review - I think therefore I danc...

It’s common to see the term “vanity project” applied to self-produced shows by...

'You’re Jewish. With a name like Neumann, you have to b...

It was during my first week at Tufts University in America, when I was 17, that I was told by a stranger that I was...

Be More Chill, The Other Palace review - more exhausting tha...

This latest musical theatre exercise in “geek chic” has been...

Berlinale 2020: My Salinger Year review - 70th edition of th...

There’s an undeniable romance to mid-'90s New York. Absent of the...

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography, Barbican revi...

The exhibition starts on the Barbican’s lift doors, which...

Locke & Key, Netflix review - comic book adaptation stru...

The comic book of Locke and Key, written by Joe Hill...

Imagining Ireland, Barbican review - raising women's vo...

Recent politics surround the EU and nationhood, fantasies of...

Alexei Sayle, Oxford Playhouse review - return of the politi...

It has been seven years since Alexei Sayle last toured, with radio shows and books detaining him elsewhere, but he's back with a bang. As he walks...