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Ian McKellen’s Hamlet meets impossibly high expectations
Following a brief loss of balance in a London watering hole I ‘took the knee’ – but that doesn’t detract from the symbolism
Lockdown tales from our showbusiness mole
The more you play along, the harder it is to distance yourself from the fallout later
What happens if an imaginary grenade doesn’t explode?
Lucy Kellaway’s memoir is a must-read for anyone considering the profession
The US obsession with marketing Pride to children has reached alarming new heights
Was Iceland responsible for the French Revolution, the moon landing and the discovery of America?
Suggestions that Donner was a director-for-hire rather than a true auteur are harsh and inaccurate
A theory dismissed as ‘disinformation’ has suddenly gone mainstream
This fabulous interpretation of the Beethoven concerto is one of the records of the year
How Aperture 2025, the Academy’s new set of equality and diversity regulations, will ultimately stifle creativity
The secrets and lies of the Castro-loving 1960s revolutionaries who became part of the French establishment