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Britain's Got Talent winner Colin Thackery, interview: 'I'll die happy after singing for the Queen'

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'It was interesting to try something new': what it's like to appear on Naked Attraction

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The Lidl Liam Neeson: why Gerard Butler deserves better than Angel Has Fallen

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Inside Keanu Reeves's bullet time scene: how The Matrix changed cinema forever

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The dark side of Sex and the City: why Candace Bushnell's book was no New York fairy tale

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Once Upon A Time in Hollywood's true hero: the wild, bone-breaking life of stunt legend Hal Needham

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What's on TV tonight: The Octopus in My Home, Brassic and The Secret Teacher

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Best comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 34 of this year's must see-comedians, including Konstantin Kisin, The Delightful Sausage and Janine Harouni

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Best theatre at Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 20 must see-shows including Phoenix, Like Animals, and The Shark Is Broken

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Breaking the Waves, Edinburgh International Festival review: prurient, maudlin and creepily distasteful

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Prom 45 Mississippi Goddam, review: a beautiful reminder of Nina Simone's art

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark review: too much story, not enough scares

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Crawl review: alligators attack in an absurdly fun Friday night creature feature

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David Bowie's Beckenham years: Mary Finnigan, his 'little woman at home in the suburbs', on her fight to keep his rebel spirit alive

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The 40 best jokes and funniest one-liners from the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe

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Great British Bake Off winners: where are they now?

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Great British Bake Off winners: where are they now?

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Strictly Come Dancing contestants 2019: the full confirmed line-up

15 days ago

Film -- Read more

4 months ago

From bullet dodging to trench coats: how The Matrix shaped modern culture

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Marvel and Sony's money-grabbing Spider-Man spat is Hollywood villainy at its worst

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Angel Has Fallen review: Gerard Butler turns down the nastiness and ups the action

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TV -- Read more

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The Octopus in My House review: deep and intellectual, these sea creatures make great pets

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From hate figure to nation's sweetheart: who was the real Jade Goody?

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America's most charming maniac: the story of Mindhunter's 'star' serial killer Ed Kemper

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Peaky Blinders is back: the story so far - and everything you need to know before series 5 starts

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Bauhaus Rules with Vic Reeves, review: this tin foil party was a playful paean to Bauhaus

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Deep Water, episode 2 review: after a shaky start, this implausible drama shows no sign of improving

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TV bosses must resist ditching 'pale, male and stale' presenters, says Channel 4 news chief

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Music -- Read more

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I was sexually assaulted at Reading Festival in 2010: Has anything changed since?

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Simon Rattle and the LSO on spectacular form at the Proms, plus the rest of August's best classical concerts reviewed

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Books -- Read more

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American literature's future is female

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The Volunteer by Jack Fairweather, review: the man who chose to enter Auschwitz

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The Last Whalers by Doug Bock Clark, review: a rich account of a small tribe swamped by modern technology

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Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino review: hardcore modern intellectualism with a side of memes

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Cold Warriors by Duncan White, review: The Cold War, eraof the weapons-grade novel

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William Boyd on the four great, forgotten authors of the Second World War

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Theatre -- Read more

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The Doctor, Almeida, review: Juliet Stevenson triumphs in this swansong from Britain's best director

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Joe Sugg's stage fright: are YouTubers the future of musical theatre, or the end?

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Mythos: Gods, Edinburgh International Festival, review: a fascinating evening with that titan of storytelling, Stephen Fry

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Fleabag wasn't the first great work critics have snubbed – and it won't be the last

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Opera -- Read more

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50 best things to see at the Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival – from art to books and ballet

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Eugene Onegin, Edinburgh International Festival, review: an unforgettable staging

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Photography -- Read more

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José Ortiz Echagüe's photographs demand a second look

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How to take the perfect cat photo – according to the man who took 90,000

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Europe revisited: how an unseen trove of photographs cast the interwar years in a new light

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In an era of Photoshop, unfiltered images of long-dead strangers carry an indefinable magic

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Art -- Read more

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British Museum to open new £64 million research centre

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National Gallery to launch 'immersive Leonardo Da Vinci experience' as they unveil hidden sketch and fingerprints

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Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, review: profoundly intimate and universally human

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On demand -- Read more

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The Octopus in My House: meet the heartbroken scientist behind an extraordinary experiment

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Mindhunter's 'yellowface' scandal: what on earth went wrong with the make-up?

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Comedy -- Read more

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This Way Up, episode 2, review: This charming sadcom is growing in confidence

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Radio -- Read more

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From Peep Show to Proust: Paterson Joseph on why now's a great time for ethnic minority actors

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Boycotting Radio 4's Today programme is unjust for democracy

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Lauren Laverne: out of her depth on a Desert Island?

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Dance -- Read more

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Don Quixote, Bolshoi, Covent Garden, review: an enjoyable soufflé that doesn't quite rise

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Matthew Bourne's Romeo + Juliet, Sadler's Wells, review: one of Bourne's smartest, sexiest, most stirring shows ever

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What to listen to

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