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'Much to love about this ado'
... a touring company for the benefit of a restless, slightly uncomfortable audience in the Great British outdoors, albeit, in our case, a respectably sober one – few of us availing ourselves of the...
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Bill Hicks: 25 years on from the cult comedian's ...
... new, debut album Dangerous. Within two years the semi-underground stand-up was a regular on British TV in-between successfully touring across the USA and Australia. And within three years he...
Read more at The Register
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... a waltz and a chorale. The Soldier’s Tale is a masterpiece of the miniature, dry and acerbic, dark yet witty. Classics 2 – The Winds of Change plays February 7 at 8 p.m. and February 8...
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Throw light on the dark
... on a comeback trail. Indira closely followed the public discourse on her UK visit. The British media were virulently against her, understandably so after the events associated with the...
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Damien Hirst: ‘What have I done? I’ve created a m...
... his own art collection. For the gallery’s opening show this September, he has chosen the British abstract painter John Hoyland, a prodigious talent who never quite enjoyed the recognition...
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The Who at Glastonbury: what to expect in 7 hours...
... gods. They are matched only by Led Zeppelin in their pomp. Why are they headlining? No British band really does power-chord, drum-busting, full-throated rock that is intelligent,...
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Dylan Moran: Poking the modern malaise
Bernard Black is to blame, really. Dylan Moran’s performance as the curmudgeonly protagonist in British observational comedy series Black Books was so effective that it has conjured up an indelible...
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