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Articles By Sebastian Scotney

Juniper review - a classic role for Charlotte Rampling

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Bloody Oranges review - a gruesome and gruelling French social satire

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Ken Auletta: Hollywood Ending - Harvey Weinstein and the Culture of Silence review - if the tide had turned in 2002...

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Album: Julia Hülsmann Quartet - The Next Door

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Official Competition review - satire served cold

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Album: Gabriele Mirabassi and Stefano Zanchini - Il gatto e la volpe

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Mingus Dynasty, Ronnie Scott's review - official keepers of the flame at the temple of jazz

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Prom 40, Moore, RPO, Petrenko review - orchestral clarity, and a persuasive trombonist

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Our Eternal Summer review - tragedy taps authentic teenage emotions in Marseille

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Album: Gareth Williams - Short Stories

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The Good Boss review - Javier Bardem at his creepy best

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theartsdesk in Montreal - delights and discoveries at the 42nd International Jazz Festival

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The Big Hit review - prisoners play 'Godot'

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Album: Vadim Neselovskyi - Odesa: A Musical Walk Through a Legendary City

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Album: Binker Golding - Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy

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Pat Metheny & Side-Eye, Eventim Apollo review - energy and melodic clarity

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Tosca, English National Opera review - a tale of two eras

Rome, 14/15 June 1800: the specifics of the original Sardou melodrama are preserved in Puccini’s thriller mixing love, lust, religion and tyranny...

The Crucible, National Theatre review - visually stunning re...

How can this beauty arise from such ugliness? The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s 1953 drama about the Salem witch trials of 1692, is rife with...

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review - Lesley Manville as a Fifti...

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris, based on Paul Gallico’s 1958 novel, is preposterous.  But it’s as pretty as a pink cloud. The director,...

Blonde review - Marilyn Monroe thrown to the wolves

Andrew Dominik’s Blonde is an atrocity – a ghoulish biopic...

John Gabriel Borkman, Bridge Theatre review - amusing tale...

It always feels special when a play speaks so directly to an audience that you feel and hear the ripples of recognition across the auditorium. And...

Album: Björk - Fossora

Album opener “Atapos” was released as a single earlier in September, its sharply angular beats created by...

Savala Nolan: Don't Let It Get You Down review - findin...

Liminal: a word that conjures thresholds and between states. Caught between three languages – the adjective is a borrowing from the Latin...