The Divine Comedy will be playing a concert at the Barbican on 14 October to celebrate Neil Hannon
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What does the postponement of the new James Bond film mean for the future of cinema?
The Sussexes’ legal pursuits are less the straw that broke the camel’s back and more a gesture of defiance
There is no need to make Sherlock Holmes more likeable, part of his brilliance is in his ambiguity
A decent lockdown protest song is about as likely as a vaccine before Christmas
Appledore book festival has paved the way for Covid-friendly entertainment in the UK
‘As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster’.
Nepotism in the arts is very much alive and here to stay
Hugh Grant’s acting career has experienced a well-earned renaissance in recent years