sat 25/05/2024

India Lewis

Articles By India Lewis

Nick Cave, Alone at Alexandra Palace review - mournful beauty from the king of misery

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DVD/Blu-ray: Moffie

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A. Kendra Greene: The Museum of Whales You Will Never See review - a thoughtful museum piece

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Blu-ray/DVD: It Couldn't Happen Here

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Blu-ray/DVD: Little Women

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Arena: The Changin' Times of Ike White, BBC Four review - musical mystery becomes personal

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The Two Killings of Sam Cooke, Netflix review - civil rights and singing in an unjust world

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Mieko Kawakami: Breasts and Eggs review - a book of two halves

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Rebecca Solnit: Recollections of My Non-Existence review - feminism, hope and the great American West

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Big Thief, Eventim Apollo review - flashes of brilliance

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Angel Olsen, Eventim Apollo review - rock reinvention at its loudest

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John Grant, Roundhouse review - simplicity, with a bit of space opera

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Deborah Orr: Motherwell review - memoir, but so much more

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Sinéad O'Connor, Shepherd's Bush Empire review - classics, with a hint of the new

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Outer Limits, Studio 9294 review - quickfire sets and snowman dancing

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Arena: Everything is Connected - George Eliot's Life, BBC Four review - innovative film brings the Victorian novelist into the present

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