Browsing: The Culturist

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Steve Thompson reviews Martin Scorsese’s blackly comic Kafkaesque masterpiece, the 1985 film After Hours, a twisted, tormented, existential trip through the dark streets of downtown Manhattan.

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The digital age has sent countless artisans back to the proverbial drawing board and into the ever expanding realm of do-it-yourself. Los Angeles-based photographer Alex Prager is one such example of this emerging trend.

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The Rambert Dance Company; founded over 80 years ago and carrying with it a well-deserved reputation as one of the glittering vertebrae in the backbone of contemporary dance, the bar is set perilously high…

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While many would associate the lush green and watery landscape of Richmond with cricket and boating, I, as a proud Richmond resident and lady of letters, am delighted that throughout November, literature is taking over.

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L’Amour Fou (Crazy Love), not to be confused with the 1969 movie of the same name directed by Jacques Rivette, is a portrait of Yves Saint Laurent’s life with Pierre Bergé. Kate Lawson reviews.

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Three female Londoners called The Lorelles say we should forget everything we mock about girl bands – and after hearing them sing, you’ll probably agree. Adjoa Wiredu meets Therese, Rosie and Lizzie.

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The Marriage of Figaro marks the third time actress Fiona Shaw has directed for the ENO, but this is the first time she has taken the helm for one of opera’s real crowd pleasers, and with interesting results…

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Steve Martin? In a serious role? It works, says Steve Thompson, revisiting David Mamet’s 1997 film The Spanish Prisoner. Expect twists, turns, twisty-turns and smarty-pants dialogue, and be sure to pay rapt attention.

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The Fine Art Society, as its name suggests, would not you would think welcome, let…

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