Articles by Sameer Rahim
Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman is tragic and despairing while Steve Waters's new play Temple offers redemption
As a new exhibition of his works opens at Glyndebourne, the artist argues that German culture is entwined with power
The themes in Glyndebourne's opera season are powerfully dramatised in this superbly-sung new production
The Bamboo Stalk, Saud Alsanousi (Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation, £16.99) The Kuwaiti novelist Saud Alsanousi has found an original way to write about the perennial themes of the Arab novel: the...
Sameer Rahim / April 30, 2015
The winner of the 2015 Wellcome Prize has written a poignant memoir about coping with her husband's terminal illness
The British Museum puts Indigenous people at the heart of Australia's story
Sameer Rahim / April 23, 2015
(Hurst, £15.99) Why are some British Muslims tempted by political violence? Anyone curious should consult Raffaello Pantucci’s sober, informative and nuanced “We Love Death As You Love...
Michael Wynne's verbatim play asks some penetrating questions about the health service
The author acknowledged the extent of his complicity with the Nazis before his death
Sameer Rahim / April 8, 2015
The Director of the British Museum steps down after 13 years of skilful cultural diplomacy