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Matt Wolf

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Matt is London theatre critic of The International New York Times (formerly The International Herald Tribune) and London correspondent for the broadway.com website; he spent 21 years as London arts and theatre critic for the Associated Press and over 13 years as Variety's UK drama critic. He has been on the judging panel of the Evening Standard Theatre Awards since 2009.

Articles By Matt Wolf

The Visit, National Theatre review - star turn bolsters baggy rewrite

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Leopoldstadt, Wyndham's Theatre review - Stoppard at once personal and accessible

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Oscars 2020: a 'Parasite' love-in caps a night of firsts

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Albion, Almeida Theatre review - more rewarding and resonant than ever

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Plus One review - charm, yes, but irritation too

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The Sunset Limited, Boulevard Theatre review - all talk, no theatre

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You Stupid Darkness!, Southwark Playhouse review - an intriguing muddle

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Best of 2019: Theatre

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Curtains, Wyndham's Theatre review - unexpectedly giddy fun

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Teenage Dick, Donmar Warehouse review - a fearlessly acted, well-intentioned mess

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Ordinary Love review - small but (almost) perfectly formed

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The Boy Friend, Menier Chocolate Factory review - fun but featherweight

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The Wolf of Wall Street, 5-15 Sun Street review - energetic but to what end?

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White Christmas, Dominion Theatre review - breezy but bland

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Harriet review - potentially stirring biopic proves a slog

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The Antipodes, National Theatre review - mysterious and gently momentous

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Music Reissues Weekly: Margo Guryan - Words and Music

Late summer 1966. Jazz was Margo Guryan’s thing. She was not interested in pop music. This changed when she was played The Beach Boys’s “God Only...

Bach's Mass in B Minor, Collegium Vocale Gent, Herreweg...

There’s a masterful subtlety to Philippe Herreweghe’s interpretation of Bach’s last great choral work – it shuns blazing transcendence for a sense...

Sorcery review - a tale of shapeshifting revenge

Islands off the coast of southern Chile, to the Spanish and German settlers of the 19th century, represented the edge of the world. To the...

The Moor review - Yorkshire chiller is ambitious but muddled

A number of films in recent years have added a distinctly local flavour to the folk-horror genre. Mark Jenkin was inspired by...

Album: John Moreland - Visitor

The mournful, lonesome voice of John Moreland from Bixby, Oklahoma, will be known by a few, but not many, in this country. The 12 songs on his...

Smashing Pumpkins / Weezer, OVO Hydro, Glasgow review - doub...

The current trend for package tours with two headliners appears to be growing, and this jaunt presented somewhat unlikely bedfellows – the...

Àma Gloria review - small-scale triumph with a big emotional...

In Marie Amachoukeli’s Àma Gloria there’s a remarkable performance by a child actor, Louise...

Susquatch Sunset review - nature red in tooth and claw (albe...

There’s a category of movies that are best seen having read nothing about them. Susquatch Sunset falls into that blood group as...

Jazz Emu, Soho Theatre review - delightfully daft musical sp...

Jazz Emu bounds on to the stage, launching into a song that talks about the importance of team work and how he has no ego. But strangely enough,...

Album: Moby - Always Centered at Night

US electronic perennial Moby has had a good run. He was a rave...