sun 17/02/2019

Owen Richards

Articles By Owen Richards

Jellyfish review - life on the edge in Margate

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Blue, Chapter Arts Centre review - heartbreak in the family home

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Destroyer review - Kidman shines in middling crime drama

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On Her Shoulders review - half-life of a campaigner

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Director Alexandria Bombach: 'I feel like a completely different person'

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Colette review - Keira Knightley thrives in Paris

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RBG review - a compelling, restrained insight

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Albums of the Year 2018: Janelle Monáe - Dirty Computer

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Kidding, Sky Atlantic review - tears of a clown

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Tim Wardle: 'A documentary director has huge power over the interview subject'

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Erik Poppe and Andrea Berntzen: 'When white young men do stuff like this, we just shake our heads'

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Bohemian Rhapsody review – all surface, no soul

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Sŵn Festival 2018 – a welcome return to form

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Matthew Holness: 'I wanted to make a modern silent horror film'

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Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. review - not your average popstar

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Wanderlust, BBC One review - an unflinching look at stale sex

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