September 6, 2018

Ironbound review: A migrant dream becomes a black-eye reality

Martyna Majok's play tears the veneer from human interaction
September 6, 2018

Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood killed off in House of Cards

"When they bury me, it won't be in my backyard."
September 6, 2018

McQueen film shows the passion behind the fashion

For British designer Alexander McQueen, his shows were always about more than fashion.
September 5, 2018

Why everyone says: “I do!”

You are cordially invited to some of the biggest and best weddings on screen!
September 5, 2018

Roy Moore sues Sacha Baron Cohen for $132 million over ‘defamatory’ TV prank

The former Republican senate candidate claims he was falsely portrayed as a sex offender on Baron Cohen's latest show.
September 5, 2018

BBC journalist dies of cancer several days after statement

BBC radio journalist Rachael Bland had announced on social media earlier in the week that her death was imminent.
September 5, 2018

Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces from Tate coming to the national gallery

The two most iconic Pre-Raphaelite paintings are leaving the UK together for the first time for a major exhibition at the Australian National Gallery.
September 5, 2018

Coasts of Dream review: Sarah Mirams’ life of the forgotten poet E.J. Brady

E.J. Brady had some reputation as a composer of sea ballads in the late-19th and early-20th centuries, but confining consideration of him to his literary output would be unfair.
September 5, 2018

Inappropriation review: Lexi Freiman’s satire of identity politics

The protagonist of Inappropriation is caught up in never-ending anxiety about the intersections of gender, race and class.
September 5, 2018

So Much Life Left Over review: Louis de Bernieres’ complicated tale of love

This novel is told with the usual warmth, subtlety, and emotional intelligence that de Bernières brings to his fiction.
September 5, 2018

Leila review: Prayaag Akbar’s chilling dystopic debut novel

Prayaag Akbar builds on the Indian caste system's divisiveness to create a society in which everyone must be labelled by race, religion and family.
September 5, 2018

The Power of Hope review: Kon Karapanagiotidis and his life with asylum seekers

Kon Karapanagiotidis' story is firmly based in his family, particularly his Greek migrant parents' hard work and self-sacrifice.