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sue steward

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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

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Playing Sandwiches & A Lady of Letters, Bridge Theatre r...

"Getting dark," or so comments Irene Ruddock (a pitch-perfect Imelda Staunton) in passing midway through A Lady of Letters, and, boy, ain...

Viktoria Mullova, Misha Mullov-Abbado, Fidelio Orchestra Caf...

There should eventually be a plaque on the outside of the Fidelio Orchestra Café in Farringdon, to the effect that London’s musical life after...

The Trial Of The Chicago 7 review – blistering docudrama tha...

Aaron Sorkin’s latest powerhouse drama couldn’t come at a more opportune moment....

John Lanchester: Reality, and Other Stories review - campfir...

What do you do when your phone rings, but you know the person ringing isn’t alive? In many ways, the cleverly named Reality, and Other Stories...

Album: Melanie C - Melanie C

There’s a lot to like about Melanie Chisholm. She was always the ...

Bach’s The Art of Fugue, Angela Hewitt, Wigmore Hall – the m...

How do they do it? Bach and Angela Hewitt, I mean, transfixing and...

Bob Woodward: Rage review - terror and tyranny in the White...

“Build the wall!” exhorted Trump, at rally after rally back in the days when we’d all acknowledged his moral repugnancy but still believed he...

Blu-ray: Beau Travail

This fifth feature from...

Ottessa Moshfegh: Death in Her Hands review - a case of murd...

Death in Her Hands was a forgotten manuscript, the product of a...

Sudhir Hazareesingh: Black Spartacus review – the life, and...

The former slave, and coachman on a sugar plantation, began one of his early public proclamations in a typically defiant vein: “I am Toussaint...