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The Threepenny Opera at Berliner Ensemble: Gleefully irreverent

Bertholt Brecht’s classic of capitalist dystopia pulsates with a naughty delight in Barrie Kosky’s reinterpretation ★★★★

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Background for Love: An edifying romance on the French Riviera

Panthenon Press-founder Helen Wolff wrote only one novel before dedicating her life to others' work: Background for […]

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Hit Man: Good humoured crime caper

Director Richard Linklater's newest Netflix movie is loosely based on the story of an undercover gun for […]

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A Song For You: All encompassing, wide-reaching sounds

In A Song For You's new album Home, the 52-person collective takes R'n'B to the masses with […]

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Not a Word: Evocative, emotional orchestra

While Not A Word is a provocative film on family dynamics reminiscent of Tar, but lacking some […]

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THE WORK: A rich, mystic vision

In Susanne Kennedy and Marcus Selg's final installation of their stage trilogy, THE WORK tells the story […]

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