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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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Thomas Hardy: Fate, Exclusion and Tragedy, Sky Arts review –...

Born in 1840, Thomas Hardy lived a life of in-betweens. Modern yet traditional, the son of a builder who went on to become a famous novelist, he...

Camp Siegfried, Old Vic review - the banality of evil, brill...

A stealthily powerful play gets the production of its dreams in Camp Siegfried, which marks a high-profile UK presence for the American...

Ben Howard, Royal Festival Hall review - authentic and reass...

Ben Howard is a man of very few words, unless of course, there’s a...

Esther Yoo, Yekwon Sunwoo, Wigmore Hall review - Korean duo...

The duo partnership between violinist Esther Yoo and...

The Lodger, Coronet Theatre review - underdeveloped family d...

The Coronet Theatre is a beautiful space – it’s a listed Victorian building, and the bar’s like something out of a film about Oscar Wilde....

Colson Whitehead: Harlem Shuffle review - period piece speak...

More than once, reading Colson Whitehead’s latest novel Harlem Shuffle, the brilliant Josh and Benny Safdie movie Uncut...

DVD/Blu-ray: The Servant

Switching between upstairs and downstairs makes your soul melt, in this first of three Joseph Losey/Harold Pinter...

LSO, Rattle, Barbican review - a glimpse into Bruckner’s wor...

For most Bruckner fans, the multiple editions and revisions...

Anuvab Pal, Soho Theatre review - Empire and Bollywood colli...

Anuvab Pal may be a new name to some UK audiences (although many will know him from the global...

Sebastian Faulks: Snow Country review - insects under a ston...

Historical fiction – perhaps all fiction – presents its authors with the problem of how to convey contextual information that is external to the...