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The best Christmas books for armchair travellers
Anthony Powell would purr if he could read this shrewd, fond biography by Hilary Spurling 4
How James Ravilious captured a timewarp in 1970s and 1980s Devon 5
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Royal Court cancels Rita, Sue and Bob Too revival amid sexual harassment claims
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The Open House is artfully presented but empty inside, Ustinov Studio, Bath, review 3
‘Everyone wants to be a rock star – I get to do that every night’
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Travel for the Arts: how opera is luring high-spenders back to Paris
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Peter Kay cancels forthcoming tour due to 'unforeseen family circumstances'
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Strictly Come Dancing 2017, Saturday live show: Alexandra Burke bounces back with near-perfect pair of dances to top semi-final leaderboard
Debbie McGee's Strictly diary: 'My feud with Alexandra Burke? It’s all fiction'
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