Alexander Larman reviews A Bit of a Stretch: The Diaries of a Prisoner by Chris Atkins
Once, the establishment might have left the unsavoury implications to the viewer’s own intelligence
Alexander Larman considers Rufus Norris’s vision, and the future of the National Theatre.
As the new Emma comes to cinema screens, Alexander Larman considers the innumerable Austen remakes over the past 25 years
Like Wilde, Tom Stoppard has finally realised the importance of being earnest
Predictability and cyclical trends at the 92nd Academy Awards
Do we believe all stories as true, or presume innocence until proven guilty?
Criticism is a valuable art but it should never end up as a tool for bullying
Alexander Larman reviews Lady in Waiting: My extraordinary life in the shadow of the crown, by Anne Glenconner
How the electronic dance duo made more than a minimal contribution to music