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Bell, Perahia, ASMF Chamber Ensemble, Wigmore Hall review -...

All three works in the second of this week’s Neville Marriner centenary concerts from the ensemble he founded vindicated their intention to reign...

An Actor Convalescing in Devon, Hampstead Theatre review - o...

One can often be made to feel old in the theatre. A hot take in a snappy 90 minutes (with video!) on the latest Gen Z obsession (...

First Persons: composers Colin Alexander and Héloïse Werner...

For tonight’s performance at Milton Court, the nuanced and delicate tones of strings, voices, harmonium and chamber organ will merge...

Album: Paraorchestra with Brett Anderson and Charles Hazlewo...

Death Songbook is, says Charles Hazlewood, founder, artistic director and conductor of Paraorchestra, an album of “music which is about...

Anthracite, Netflix review - murderous mysteries in the Fren...

Ludicrous plotting and a tangled skein of coincidences hold no terrors for the makers of this frequently baffling...

The Comeuppance, Almeida Theatre review - remembering high-s...

I’ve never been one for school reunions, but even if I had kept in touch with former classmates I think that American...

Heather McCalden: The Observable Universe review - reflectio...

Artist and writer, Heather McCalden, has produced her first book-length work. The Observable Universe examines, variously, her familial...

theartsdesk on Vinyl 83: Deep Purple, Annie Anxiety, Ghetts,...

VINYL OF THE MONTH

London Afrobeat Collective Esengo (Canopy)

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Richard, My Richard, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmund's rev...

History is very present in Philippa Gregory’s new play about Richard III. Literally - History is a character, played by Tom Kanji. He strides...