Is a super-rich collector having works stolen to order?
An interesting new West End show about young millennials has echoes of far older classics
The radical East German playwright Heiner Müller and Michael Frayn have a lot in common
Some of the greatest movies ever made were incredibly long. But is a film lasting 13 hours just too much?
Domingo is far from the monster that America’s #MeToo movement has made of him
The Louvre’s anniversary exhibition has been a fraught exercise from first to last
Our theatre gossip columnist spills the beans on his fellow actors
Criticism has died at London’s newspaper
Every six months or so opera surfaces from its undersea lair, like a Bond villain, to enter public consciousness — generally when it’s been naughty.
Ethical values and financial necessity are not always perfectly compatible