2020 Articles

The Parthenon Marbles Are Displayed At The British Museum

Is there a case for Britain keeping the Elgin Marbles? Tiffany Jenkins, author of Keeping Their Marbles: How Treasures of

February 24, 2020
Dorothea Lange: Politics Of Seeing

As lord mayor of the City of London, my role is primarily business-focused. But I am also passionate about arts

February 24, 2020

Dürrenmatt’s revenge tragicomedy arrives at the National’s Olivier Theatre in an adaptation by Tony Kushner, transporting the drama to post-war

February 21, 2020

I’m a member of an very in-exclusive club: people whom Sir Philip Green has called a c**t. There was no

February 21, 2020
Still from Fredrik Gertten's 2019 documentary, Push

Property developers, look away now. If you’ve never felt the slightest bit icky when buying a £4 cup of coffee

February 21, 2020
Call of the Wild

Throughout his acting career, Harrison Ford has built a reputation for acting alongside large hairy things, whether they be a

February 20, 2020

Gwent, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. The Witcher 3 is one of the

February 17, 2020
Steve McQueen at Tate Modern

I’m not sure anybody has perfected the art of translating video installations into blockbuster gallery retrospectives, but the Tate Modern

February 14, 2020
Nora: A Doll's House

The works of Ibsen are perennial candidates for a thorough reimagining, his quietly devastating studies of class struggle and women’s

February 14, 2020
Rafe Spall in Death of England

Rafe Spall asserts his credentials as one of the finest stage actors around in this percussive, often hilarious one-man play

February 14, 2020
Sonic the Hedgehog

There’s a point about halfway through the Sonic the Hedgehog movie in which Sonic farts unexpectedly, forcing the viewer to

February 14, 2020
Jessica Hynes in Far Away

In our current theatrical landscape, where three-hour plays are the norm and two-part, seven-hour epics are the height of sophistication,

February 14, 2020