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sue steward

Bio
Sue is a writer and broadcaster on world and fringe music and photography for the Telegraph, Observer, Guardian, BBC, Songlines, and British Journal of Photography. She is the author of Salsa - Musical Heartbeat of Latin America

Articles By Sue Steward

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My Brilliant Friend, Sky Atlantic review - rich revelations...

This opening episode of My Brilliant Friend was a stunning symphony in grey. For...

Gary Numan, Royal Albert Hall review - the best night of his...

There was barely a black-clothed, white-faced Numanoid in sight in the packed auditorium of the...

Jessie Cave, Soho Theatre review - compelling confessional s...

Relationships, or rather troubled relationships, are meat and potatoes for...

DVD/Blu-ray: Invention for Destruction

Karel Zeman’s Invention for Destruction (Vynález zkázy) was, for many years, his best-known film in the West, dubbed into...

Louis Theroux's Altered States: Choosing Death, BBC Two...

The toughest subject you can imagine: when, and how, would you choose death over life? This riveting...

EFG London Jazz Festival, first weekend review - Jeff Goldbl...

The choice of what to go and hear in the...

Trpčeski, RLPO, Petrenko, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall review...

It probably goes without saying that there will be "dream teams" in a football-mad city like Liverpool. What might be a little unusual is that...

Florence + The Machine, Genting Arena, Birmingham review - f...

Many established artists, when out on tour, can get all a bit bashful about their...

Siberia review - Keanu Reeves's duff Russian mission

It is appropriate that Keanu Reeves sounds especially croaky and muffled throughout...

CD: Josephine Foster - Faithful Fairy Harmony

Faithful Fairy Harmony is in the tradition of The Beatles’ White Album, Todd Rundgren’s A Wizard, a True Star and The...