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Sound and vision from the past, present and future

Wings of a dove | The legend that is La Colombe d’Or

Wings of a dove | The legend that is La Colombe d’Or

by Derek Guthrie

Good food, a sunny terrace and art heists: La Colombe d’Or

Small and perfectly formed | Why it’s all about London’s slight stages

Small and perfectly formed | Why it’s all about London’s slight stages

by Jennifer Sharp

"These charismatic spaces often attract high-profile actors and directors"

Nightclubbing with Stephin Merritt

Nightclubbing with Stephin Merritt

by Stephin Merritt

"I was in London in the summer of 1980 and I was 15 and people were dressing as pirates"

In conversation: Ben Wheatley and Karen Krizanovich

In conversation: Ben Wheatley and Karen Krizanovich

by Karen Krizanovich

A cineaste lunch at the Design Museum, London

Review test

Review: Angels in America at the National Theatre, London

by Neil Stewart

"It’s possible that it would be a better play if there were no angels in Angels in America"

London in the dark | Taboo

London in the dark | Taboo

by George Reynolds

George Reynolds explains why Tom Hardy, Taboo and its filthy depiction of London in the 1800s make for the most compelling TV he’s seen in quite some time

The best books of 2016 | Neil D.A.Stewart

The best books of 2016 | Neil D.A.Stewart

by Neil Stewart

It was the worst of times. Yes, definitely the worst of times. But what was the best literature in another otherwise abysmal year?

The all-American haunted house | Doomocracy by Pedro Reyes

The all-American haunted house | Doomocracy by Pedro Reyes

by Neil Stewart

Dark and comedic, Doomocracy comes to deepest Brooklyn

Death to the Great British Bake Off

Death to the Great British Bake Off

by George Reynolds

"Throw in some shit puns and the odd murderous glint from definite Brexiteer Mary Berry, and you've got a mystifyingly popular TV juggernaut"

Helen Garner and “the constant onwardrushingness of life”

Helen Garner and “the constant onwardrushingness of life”

by Neil Stewart

"There aren’t many authors who could compel me to read a five-page essay on the actor Russell Crowe, much less to read that essay twice"