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‘Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.’ Proves We Need More Political Pop Stars

Listen before Homeland Security takes this down.

Crystal-Gazing Arts-Politics: What Do Psychics See for 2018?

"Trump will be ousted from office by a woman with a brilliant man taking over." And other juicy bits.

The Unbearable Pettiness of the New Nationalism

No amount of healthcare or job retraining is going to appease someone whose real problem is multiculturalism and a tolerant, liberal society.

All Hail “The Crown” (and the Queen)

Peter Morgan's Netflix series offers catharsis for uneasy times.

Nuclear Powerless: Cleaning the Mess Boomers Leave Behind

Lucy Kirkwood's debut play on Broadway intertwines personal legacies with disaster.

Meghan Markle Is More Than “Descended From Slaves”

To say that Markle is descended from slaves on her maternal side, solely, is to deny the truth.

Political Theatre Thrives Once More in Brexit-Era London

British audiences are going where there's political theatre.

Could “I, Daniel Blake” Rekindle the Healthcare Debate?

The main character in Ken Loach’s latest film, I, Daniel Blake, instantly creates a connection with the audience because his experiences are those that...

Three British Princesses Champion the Enlightenment

An exhibition shows these British princesses embraced progress, art and science.

After Lyn Gardner: Want Great Arts Coverage? Pay For It.

Short of paywalls, what is the solution?

Pantomime: The Perfect Tonic for 2016? Oh Yes!

If we can't laugh at the past 12 months, what can we do?

Rachel Weisz Delivers Plenty (and Then Some)

The endlessly complex and elusive Susan Traherne remains a grueling and epic role.

I’ll See Your Brexit and Raise You a Trump

If Trump follows Leave, what of artists and social responsibility?

Brexit: British Theatre Must Respond

London needs to wake up and look outside of the bubble.

After Chilcot Report: Will ICC Try Blair, Bush?

The British diatribe is just one of a forceful continuum of condemnations of Blair, Bush.

I’m The Greatest Star: When Twitter Rains on Your Parade

Social media's role in the downfall of London's Norma Desmond and Fanny Brice.

The Economics of Terror: Why the West End Needs a New...

How an unstable tourist market could potentially change West End theatre.

Adam Sisman’s “John le Carré” Spies on David Cornwell

David Cornwell: still determining his true identity.

Mind the Gap, London, and Farewell

England has given me a gift: a pair of gimlet eyes.
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