Arts & Books
Exploring the offerings from Mubi and Curzon home cinema
A new history tells us much about power relations between men and women—from Samuel Richardson to The Game
Róisín Lanigan / April 1, 2020
How a half-man half-crisp in a suit became a symbol of the Irish diaspora—and an important part of the Brexit deliberations
Chris Harvey / March 31, 2020
Plus the BBC adapts Eleanor Catton’s The Luminaries
Darran Anderson's memoir shows a child navigating a gruesome conflict
Francisco Garcia / March 30, 2020
Many Londoners will never see them. But the office cleaners and night wardens, healthcare workers, bus drivers and hotel receptionists that keep the city running in the dark make up over a third of...
Revisit the Royal Shakespeare Company's The Tempest and dive into the Russian revival of Uncle Vanya
The publication has a sublime—even smug—self-confidence in its elite liberal worldview. So how is it coping with our populist moment?
Jude Rogers / March 29, 2020
When the band first started out in 1970, electronic music in pop was in its infancy—now, in 2020, they've given modern music its primitive pulse