thu 03/12/2020

Christopher Glynn

Articles By Christopher Glynn

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Not-quite-solitude on the 34th floor: violinist Maxine Kwok...

2020: a year that at some point felt like the end of live performance for the world of the performing arts, certainly for the...

Album: High Contrast - Notes From the Underground

Dance music has a notably different relationship to...

Zanele Muholi, Tate Modern review - photography as protest

Hail the Dark Lioness (Somnyama Ngonyama in Zulu) is a powerful celebration of...

Mank review – David Fincher’s brilliant, bitter-sweet paean...

For so much of the year, Tenet was cited as the film that was going to save cinema – the tentpole extravaganza that would draw...

Mary Chapin Carpenter, One Night Lonely livestream review -...

Mary Chapin Carpenter’s Songs from Home has been an anchor-point almost since the beginning of lockdown for many people, all of us invited into...

Collective review - waging war on corruption

It was around the time of the 14th century Black Death that the word “corruption” – from the Latin corruptus, the past participle of ...

Album: Nick Cave & Nicholas Lens - L.I.T.A.N.I.E.S.

The Covid pandemic has meant, with both performance and recording opportunities at a minimum, that many musicians have had to apply a bit of...

The Undoing, Series Finale, Sky Atlantic review - bluff and...

Throughout its preceding five episodes, The Undoing (...