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Lee Evans: sweaty, knotty tour de force
Nov 21st 2014
Article

Lee Evans: sweaty, knotty tour de force

Lee Evans: sweaty, knotty tour de force

He defined the modern comedy industry and broke records with his huge audiences. I suspect rumours of his…

Dapper Laughs: vile, humourless misogyny? It’s banter, innit?
Nov 8th 2014
Article

Dapper Laughs: vile, humourless misogyny? It’s banter, innit?

Dapper Laughs: vile, humourless misogyny? It’s banter, innit?

By giving the self-styled comic Dapper Laughs his own show, ITV is endorsing his damaging brand of lad…

Climate change play 2071 aims to make data dramatic
Nov 5th 2014
Article

Climate change play 2071 aims to make data dramatic

Climate change play 2071 aims to make data dramatic

Director Katie Mitchell, playwright Duncan Macmillan and scientist Chris Rapley let the facts speak for themselves in new…

Lamentation by CJ Sansom – a new chapter for Shardlake
Nov 2nd 2014
Review

Lamentation by CJ Sansom – a new chapter for Shardlake

Lamentation by CJ Sansom – a new chapter for Shardlake

Tudor lawyer Matthew Shardlake’s sixth outing builds to a shocking climax…

Treachery reviewed by The Observer
Nov 2nd 2014
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Treachery reviewed by The Observer

Treachery reviewed by The Observer

The philosopher-spy sets sail for Plymouth in SJ Parris’s fourth twisting, turning Giordano Bruno thriller…

CJ Sansom: a bestselling mix of Tudor history and mystery
Oct 26th 2014
Article

CJ Sansom: a bestselling mix of Tudor history and mystery

CJ Sansom: a bestselling mix of Tudor history and mystery

As the eagerly awaited sixth Shardlake novel hits the shelves, Britain’s fascination with the unlikely Tudor detective –…

The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber – the story of Jesus goes intergalactic
Oct 26th 2014
Article

The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber – the story of Jesus goes intergalactic

The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber – the story of Jesus goes intergalactic

A Christian pastor is sent to work with aliens in a neighbouring galaxy in Michel Faber’s powerful examination…

Sara Pascoe: ‘Female sexuality is an active thing’
Oct 19th 2014
Article

Sara Pascoe: ‘Female sexuality is an active thing’

Sara Pascoe: ‘Female sexuality is an active thing’

The Edinburgh comedy award nominee and TV regular talks about monogamy being unnatural and Page 3 becoming mandatory…

Jihadis are terrorists. Don’t charge them with treason
Oct 18th 2014
Article

Jihadis are terrorists. Don’t charge them with treason

Jihadis are terrorists. Don’t charge them with treason

Using a law dating back to 1351 is not the way to deal with those who swear allegiance…

John Kearns review – too much shtick, too little substance
Oct 12th 2014
Review

John Kearns review – too much shtick, too little substance

John Kearns review – too much shtick, too little substance

Review of John Kearns at the Soho theatre, London…

Books to Die For – passionate advocacy for gems of crime fiction
Oct 12th 2014
Review

Books to Die For – passionate advocacy for gems of crime fiction

Books to Die For – passionate advocacy for gems of crime fiction

This compendium of essays by crime writers of their favourite books in the genre is often personal and…

Edinburgh festival 2014: Paxo – quickfire sarcasm, passion and a natural comic touch
Aug 24th 2014
Review

Edinburgh festival 2014: Paxo – quickfire sarcasm, passion and a natural comic touch

Edinburgh festival 2014: Paxo – quickfire sarcasm, passion and a natural comic touch

Former Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman proves that broadcasting's loss is standup's gain…

Tana French: 'I've always been interested in the intensity of friendship and the dangers that come with that'
Aug 24th 2014
Article

Tana French: 'I've always been interested in the intensity of friendship and the dangers that come with that'

Tana French: 'I've always been interested in the intensity of friendship and the dangers that come with that'

The award-winning crime novelist on why she switched careers and what attracts her about murder mysteries…

White Rabbit, Red Rabbit: how it felt to perform Nassim Soleimanpour's theatrical experiment
Aug 18th 2014
Article

White Rabbit, Red Rabbit: how it felt to perform Nassim Soleimanpour's theatrical experiment

White Rabbit, Red Rabbit: how it felt to perform Nassim Soleimanpour's theatrical experiment

At the Edinburgh fringe, a different performer takes on the Iranian writer's script each day. I found it…

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