Rishi’s £1.57 Billion handout to the arts sector is the last good news it’ll ever hear, says Robert Thicknesse
Where has originality and character gone in the art of Violin playing?
How have the great and the good delivered in recent months?
Tragedy struck Gustav Mahler, the archetypal summer composer, in 1907
Robert Thicknesse on Opera
In praise of pop smut
The Gurlitt affair looked as if it might be unpicked but it has proved intractable
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the show will go on again; it always does
The Deer Hunter remains the most affecting of Vietnam movies, Christopher Silvester writes
Summertime and the streaming is easy, but Netflix’s White Lines leaves Adam LeBor cold