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Company review – sex-switch Sondheim proves a heavenly fling

A gender change can work wonders. It is no secret that Robert, the 35-year-old bachelor hero of this 1970 show with music and...

Death of a Salesman review – Don Warrington is the business

Don Warrington’s Willy Loman is at the centre of his own universe. In any production of Arthur Miller’s suburban tragedy, the salesman is...

Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams: 'I'm still petrified of my peers'

Maisie Williams is wearing big round glasses, leopard-print boots and a baker boy hat, all of which makes her look like she’s just...

Paul Greengrass: Why I Needed to Make ’22 July’

Paul Greengrass was stuck. It was early 2016, and he’d been exploring a possible project about the migration of refugees coming through Lampedusa,...

Kamila Shamsie on Trench Brothers: an ode to whitewashed war heroes

History does not record whether there was any contact during the first world war between the men of the Indian army who were...

The Lost Disc review – tall tale of a great Glastonbury...

‘Virtually every writer I know would rather be a musician,” Kurt Vonnegut once said, and comedy isn’t short of examples, from Ricky Gervais...

'The body lights up': stroke survivors find their footing through dance

It was around four in the morning when Pauline Boye woke up and realised she couldn’t move. “I was unable to get up,”...

The Wider Earth review – Natural History Museum's Darwin spectacular

This is an unusual enterprise. The museum’s Jerwood Gallery has been turned into a theatre to house a production by Australia’s Dead Puppet...