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sue steward

Bio
Sue is a writer and broadcaster on world and fringe music and photography for the Telegraph, Observer, Guardian, BBC, Songlines, and British Journal of Photography. She is the author of Salsa - Musical Heartbeat of Latin America

Articles By Sue Steward

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The British Tribe Next Door, Channel 4 review - risible cult...

What’s the most ridiculous programme that Channel 4 has...

The Troubles: A Secret History, BBC Four, Finale review - pe...

This terrifying but gripping BBC Four series about...

Lungs, Old Vic review - deluxe casting and slick delivery

Playing our monarch and her husband in The Crown has made actors...

First Person: Hannah Khalil on museum as metaphor in her new...

It all started in 2009 in the National Portrait Gallery. I’d had a meeting nearby so popped in to get a cuppa and stare at the beautiful rooftop...

Translations, National Theatre review - stunning revival of...

At a point in history where – yet again – a few misplaced words from English politicians could wreak havoc with...

London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Ono, Barbican review -...

We have John Eliot Gardiner to thank for an unconventional diptych of...

Pre-Raphaelite Sisters, National Portrait Gallery review – a...

Focusing on twelve women who played a key role in the lives of Pre-Raphaelite painters like Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais and...

Miklós Perényi, Dénes Várjon, Wigmore Hall review – Beethove...

"Revelatory":  it’s one of those words which is now completely devalued through having been carelessly dropped into a thousand press releases...