fri 24/05/2019

Ronald Bergan

Articles By Ronald Bergan

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Los Angeles Master Chorale, Gershon, Sellars, Barbican revie...

By some strange alignment of the stars, Peter Sellars’s staged version of Orlando di Lasso’s...

Rocketman review - fabulous musically but a tad miserable to...

Rocketman opens with its hero in flamboyant stage costume stomping into a drab group therapy session. Pulling the sparkling horns off his...

Oh Sees, Tramshed, Cardiff review - breakneck wig outs

Oh Sees have long been touted of as the perfect festival band. Their racuous, high-tempo rock'n'roll always riles up the drunken swathes, even if...

Four Quartets, Barbican Theatre review - ultimate stage poet...

The first surprise is that this hasn’t been done before. The poems that comprise TS Eliot’s...

Cannes 2019: Parasite review - hilarious and horrifying

Like Snowpiercer before it, Bong Joon-ho’s rage-fuelled ...

Emily Atack, Clapham Grand review - I'm a Celebrity......

Most people know Emily Atack from The Inbetweeners, where she played Charlotte, the object of Will's desire. More recently, she found new...

Rokia Traoré: Dream Mandé: Djata, Brighton Festival 2019 rev...

Rokia Traoré’s passage through this year’s Brighton Festival has been central, binding it to her Malian identity in a series of gigs....

Igor Levit, Wigmore Hall review – full-spectrum Bach from a...

You seldom hear a Champions League-level roar of approval at the Wigmore Hall. Last night, though, Igor Levit drew a throaty collective bark of...

Cannes 2019: Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood review - sun-s...

Moments before Quentin Tarantino’s blistering, outrageous work screened at...