Without taxpayer handouts, will the arts finally be forced to give people what they want?
What is the direction of theatre for the next season?
Michael Collins maps the relationship between two of the greatest writers of the American south
Joseph Connolly treasures his friendship with his literary hero
This biography is a testament to detailed analysis and intelligent insight, says Alexander Larman
Manhattan’s cultural landscape faces more tough times ahead with the cancellation of the Met’s 2020/2021 season
Why have the arts not strained at the bonds laid upon them in the way earthier pursuits and pleasures have?
Krapp’s last tape might these days be a collection of WhatsApps and stored Instagram images, muses Anne McElvoy
Nepotism in the arts is very much alive and here to stay
Raphael, as dedicated a lover as he was a painter, died at 37 at the height of his powers and fame, illustrates Michael Prodger