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Roderic Dunnett

Articles By Roderic Dunnett

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theartsdesk in Ramallah - the music biz turns its sights on...

Maen, a member of the rap collective Sa’aleek was working one night in their small makeshift studio in the Qalandia refugee camp near Ramallah. He...

DVD/Blu-ray: They Came to a City

Ealing Studios veteran Basil Dearden may have...

4.48 Psychosis, Royal Opera, Lyric Hammersmith review - desp...

Depression, with or without psychotic episodes, is a rare subject for drama or music theatre - and with good reason: the sheer unrelenting...

10 Questions for Sharon Smith of Arts Collective Gob Squad

Gob Squad is a “seven-headed” Anglo-German arts collective who specialise in...

Absolute Hell, National Theatre review - high gloss show sav...

Rodney Ackland must be the most well-known forgotten man in postwar British theatre. His legend goes like this: Absolute Hell was...

CD: Van Morrison and Joey DeFrancesco - You're Driving...

Van Morrison has always been drawn as much to jazz as anything else...

Strictly Ballroom: The Musical, Piccadilly Theatre review -...

A much tinkered-with show needs to go back to the drawing board, if this latest iteration of Strictly Ballroom: The Musical is any gauge...

The Split, BBC One, review - Abi Morgan’s densely packed div...

A few years ago Abi Morgan was everywhere. For the cinema she scripted Shame, The Iron Lady, The Invisible Woman and...