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Simplicity is best for a Glyndebourne picnic
Dame Ethel Smyth’s opera dated quickly, but it hardly hurts to have another look at it
Passion and originality blossom behind the walls of the cloister
The Queen’s speech revealed a government failing to protect free expression
“War is the original human state,” Russian directors seem to say
Victims were failed at every level — could there be more cases to come?
The Wagatha Christie case reveals the addictive fun of gossip — but also its corrosive power
Boris vs Keir once again provides more heat than energy
Cecilia Alemani has produced an exceptionally intelligent and delightful Biennale
Yoram Hazony’s purified conservatism risks losing touch with political reality
There is no dish that is not improved by hazelnuts
Why do we accept sub-par care?
What would Big Jack have made of today’s shoots?