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Cinema and food: a feast for the eyes

Cinema is the perfect medium to examine the role and ritual of food in family, in love and in bringing people together. Davina Quinlivan feasts her eyes

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Mad, bad and dangerous to know: TV’s anti-heroes Subscription

17 July 2014

From Walter White to Dexter Morgan, what lies behind our fascination with imperfect heroes? asks Murray Smith

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  • A Song of Good and Evil, by Philippe SandsSubscription

    13 November 2014

    A musical lecture explores the links between three men connected by the Nuremberg trials, writes Matthew Reisz

  • Stage whispers: Joan LittlewoodSubscription

    21 August 2014

    When Liz Schafer interviewed the Oh! What A Lovely War director, she was bowled over by her passionate and indiscreet insights into her life in theatre

  • The Valley of Astonishment, Young Vic, LondonSubscription

    19 June 2014

    Peter Brook’s play about synaesthesia delights Matthew Reisz with its blend of philosophical themes and Shakespearean comedy

  • The Malcontent, by John MarstonSubscription

    10 April 2014

    By using ‘children’ in adult roles the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse both challenges the audience and returns to original practice

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