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Telegraph
23/07/2021 09:46:22 PM
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It’s a shame golden oldies like Tom Jones aren’t cool enough for the Mercury Prize The Mercury Prize has always championed exciting young talent, but it might do the award some good to see established artists in the running
Old, review: M Night Shyamalan is back, with a more deranged plot than ever
Why John Lydon and the Sex Pistols hate each other John Lydon's court battle with his former bandmates is the latest skirmish in a decades-old war. Will there ever be peace?
Uprising, episode 3 review: a fierce, urgent and eloquent document of racial history
The Government has made the nation paranoid – and now our galleries face doom Rules and apps are deterring the public from our once-thriving cultural institutions. This cannot become the norm
Masks or no masks? For the culture industry, Freedom Day brings nothing but confusion Theatres want Covid passports; clubs and cinemas don't. Some theatres will keep social distancing; some won't. Confused? You're not alone
What does Boris’s lockdown announcement mean for theatres, festivals and nightclubs? If most remaining restrictions are lifted in the UK on July 19, the arts industry can largely return to normal
ByTelegraph Reporters 5 Jul 2021, 5:29pm
‘The end of the UK touring industry’: Blur on why the EU needs to let British music play Already decimated by the pandemic, British live music faces another looming disaster: European intransigence as musicians tour post-Brexit
When British culture is in crisis, Oliver Dowden’s gaffes aren’t so funny The Culture Secretary is the ministerial equivalent of The Play That Goes Wrong. In our Covid-induced plight, it's less comic than tragic
The Government has made the nation paranoid – and now our galleries face doom Rules and apps are deterring the public from our once-thriving cultural institutions. This cannot become the norm
I'm a plummy-voiced bloke. Just a Minute needed a change I am pleased, relieved and truly very happy that my friend Sue Perkins is going to be in the chair shell be brilliant
I may be a grandmother – but nothing will stop me dancing at ‘Radio 4 in a field’ The comedy writer Jan Etherington meets the boss of Latitude - and explains why the Suffolk festival has become her spiritual home
We mustn’t stamp ‘creative friction’ out of the arts to satisfy online puritans From Bernhardt and Duse to Olivier and Gielgud, weve always needed interpersonal tension to make great art and good entertainment
Old, review: M Night Shyamalan is back, with a more deranged plot than ever
Jolt, review: a laughably bad Crank rip-off – Kate Beckinsale, be ashamed
The RSC’s new Comedy of Errors is gimmicky but unexpectedly topical
Folkestone Triennial is reviving the former resort town, but this year's edition is hit and miss
The World to Come, review: a frontier love story that throbs with passion
Off the Rails, review: Kelly Preston’s final film is a threadbare travel comedy
Why John Lydon and the Sex Pistols hate each other
The Sly Stone mystery: why ‘the JD Salinger of Soul’ disappeared
The wild rise and fall of rock trailblazer Roky Erickson
How Southgate You’re the One made Atomic Kitten whole again
Madonna, Sean Penn, and the toxic, tempestuous marriage that inspired True Blue
‘Hard, fast, nasty, disgusting’: why Motorhead’s No Sleep ’Til Hammersmith is the perfect rock album
What’s on TV tonight: Diana's Decades, Uprising, The South Bank Awards and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
The naffest Bond? Why Moonraker is the most influential film of 2021
‘Like fighting a war’: how hurricanes and mad stunts nearly sunk the Pirates of the Caribbean films
Why Oliver Stone’s JFK is the greatest lie Hollywood ever told
In the golden age of British war films, one star outshone the rest
‘I didn’t know who Ricky Gervais was’: David Brent’s Office co-workers tell all
Hollywood’s blackmailer-in-chief: the dirty cop behind Confidential, the tabloid the stars feared
Uprising, episode 3 review: a fierce, urgent and eloquent document of racial history
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ByTelegraph Reporters 22 Jul 2021, 1:27pm
My challenge to the BBC – if you’re not biased, face your critics and prove it
We mustn’t stamp ‘creative friction’ out of the arts to satisfy online puritans
Piracy is hurting Black Widow – and Hollywood only has itself to blame The release strategy of Marvel's latest was bad for cinemas and good for torrenters. Who could have predicted that?
Old, review: M Night Shyamalan is back, with a more deranged plot than ever
Jolt, review: a laughably bad Crank rip-off – Kate Beckinsale, be ashamed
What’s on TV tonight: Diana's Decades, Uprising, The South Bank Awards and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 22 Jul 2021, 1:27pm
Summer reading: 75 best books to take on holiday in 2021, from crime to history The Telegraph's regular reviewers select the very best books of the year so far
ByTelegraph Reporters 21 Jul 2021, 2:04pm
Who is JR Moehringer, Prince Harry’s ‘super ghost writer’? The award-winning journalist is driven by complex father-son relationships readers should be salivating, the Palace should be very afraid
The best (and worst) novels of 2021 so far In this regularly updated guide, our critics review the best of the year's fiction and suggest a few books to avoid
ByFrancesca Carington 19 Jul 2021, 11:59am
Snubbed by Ray Charles, lured in by a phony Marilyn: the sad life of an autograph hunter Adam Andrusier's memoir, Two Hitlers and a Marilyn, offers a window into the strange world of of signature-collectors
The Government has made the nation paranoid – and now our galleries face doom Rules and apps are deterring the public from our once-thriving cultural institutions. This cannot become the norm
Folkestone Triennial is reviving the former resort town, but this year's edition is hit and miss
Get to the National Gallery pronto – and gaze upon Bellotto’s astounding Königstein Views
A ‘problematic’ artwork row proves the Tories can be as illiberal as the next social-justice warrior Pressure from local councillors to remove an Essex art installation is the worst kind of hypocrisy from the so-called party of free speech
It’s a shame golden oldies like Tom Jones aren’t cool enough for the Mercury Prize
Why John Lydon and the Sex Pistols hate each other
The Crown wanted scenes of bottles being thrown at the Queen, John Lydon tells Sex Pistols court case
The 50 best jokes and funniest one-liners from the Edinburgh Fringe over the years
‘You were born with Mr Blobby – I wasn’t’: comedian Olga Koch on swapping Russia for Britain
The genius of the genesis of Les Dawson's mother-in-law joke - The Lost Tapes, review
The RSC’s new Comedy of Errors is gimmicky but unexpectedly topical
We mustn’t stamp ‘creative friction’ out of the arts to satisfy online puritans
Hamlet, review: Ian McKellen’s ‘age-blind’ prince can’t fool the audience – however good his stamina
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD review - a fascinating inflection point for Nintendo's famous adventure
FIFA 22 hands-on preview: how HyperMotion, machine learning and next-gen net physics are shaping the new season's game
Mario Golf: Super Rush review: an enjoyable round of crazy golf, but lacks oomph
We mustn’t stamp ‘creative friction’ out of the arts to satisfy online puritans
Graham Vick: the man who took Birmingham Opera to the (literal) abattoir
The best classical CDs and DVDs of 2021 so far, from Brahms to Nicola Benedetti
I'm a plummy-voiced bloke. Just a Minute needed a change
Sue Perkins to host Just a Minute? Oh yes – without hesitation
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Uprising, episode 3 review: a fierce, urgent and eloquent document of racial history
The Government has made the nation paranoid – and now our galleries face doom Rules and apps are deterring the public from our once-thriving cultural institutions. This cannot become the norm
Old, review: M Night Shyamalan is back, with a more deranged plot than ever
It’s a shame golden oldies like Tom Jones aren’t cool enough for the Mercury Prize The Mercury Prize has always championed exciting young talent, but it might do the award some good to see established artists in the running
Jolt, review: a laughably bad Crank rip-off – Kate Beckinsale, be ashamed
The RSC’s new Comedy of Errors is gimmicky but unexpectedly topical
Why John Lydon and the Sex Pistols hate each other John Lydon's court battle with his former bandmates is the latest skirmish in a decades-old war. Will there ever be peace?
What’s on TV tonight: Diana's Decades, Uprising, The South Bank Awards and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
ByTelegraph Reporters 22 Jul 2021, 1:27pm
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Daily Mail
23/07/2021 09:46:08 PM
THEATRE: Emma Corrin is an amazingly assured stage presence in Anna X at the Harold Pinter Theatre and Joseph Charlton is a clever playwright
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FICTION: From Rivka Galchen's triumphant novel to Daughters Of The Labyrinth by Ruth Padel, a tense tale by Jordan Tannahill and Vaseem Khan's latest, this week's best new fiction 
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NON-FICTION: Hogarth understands that life is never one thing or another but always 'in progress': Jacqueline Riding's new biography is excellent
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DEBORAH ROSS: A magical musical spoof... and a very risqué Do-Re-Mi  Television is finally returning to something like normal now we've seen off the football.
CRAIG BROWN: Strange genius of the rare book dealer who made me an offer I just had to refuse... in the garden of a Wiltshire pub 
CLASSICAL: South Pacific, starring Julian Ovenden at the Chichester Festival Theatre, deserves to be seen, especially if it transfers to the West End 
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FILM: Nowhere Special, starring James Norton, is one of those small, sombre films that tugs at the heartstrings and then tugs some more 
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MUSIC: Endless delight: Among this year's special releases for Record Store Day is a handsome set comprising Randy Newman's last seven albums
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Pure, not prissy: Indian at its best
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Raise your glass to '31 Days of German Riesling' - and with a bundle of offers available nationwide, this is the perfect time to taste for yourself 
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Despite the fact that we're now confined to the home with our mad toddlers, there is one upside: children these days have plenty of apps and games to keep us all occupied
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Relax, Gareth Southgate's got this... says me, the man who called him barely useless! 
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From Schmigadoon!, a charming, all-singing comedy to new drama Gold Diggers, the best on demand TV to watch this week  
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Celeste is English enough to be fairly restrained, which makes it all the more powerful when she does let rip: Her songs range from middling to majestic 
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There are some meaty parts in Le Comte Ory at Garsington Festival Opera, all really well taken by a strong cast... what's not to like? 
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Scarlett Johansson is terrific as Natasha Ramanoff in Black Widow but even better is British actress Florence Pugh as her seriously estranged sister 
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Nick is played with sweaty desperation by Daniel Lapaine: The performances in The Invisible Hand at the Kiln Theatre are top-notch
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Pain is part of being human, and by trying to understand it we can reduce and manage it, says Monty Lyman in this accessible and well-written book 
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From a timely thriller by Charlotte Philby to Injury Time by Duncan Hamilton, Douglas Kennedy's wily plot and Miranda Cowley Heller's debut, this week's best new fiction
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Independent
23/07/2021 09:46:22 PM
Wolf Alice: ‘We’ve got three good albums, it’s all downhill from here’
Pig could have been a trainwreck. Instead, it’s a masterpiece
The eternal strangeness of directing a star’s posthumous film
‘Thom Yorke made a doomerwave version of his own f***ing song!’
Old brings out the best and worst in M Night Shyamalan
Album reviews: Jackson Browne and Leon Bridges
Danny’s exit has lifted a weight off the Love Island villa
Ian McKellen is electrically courageous in age-blind Hamlet
How former child stars are fighting to change the industry
All hail Jeremy Clarkson, champion of the underrepresented
Steve McQueen’s series Uprising is an unblinking piece of storytelling
Ben Miller’s promising crime remake Professor T isn’t quite there yet
50 Cent: ‘Too rich? There’s no such thing’
Vince Staples: ‘The music industry monetises people’s struggles’
Jack McMullen: ‘Stephen Graham told me to never doubt myself’
Nikesh Patel: ‘My WhatsApps been popping off since the Luther story’
Laia Costa: ‘I’ve lost jobs for refusing to do nude scenes’
Callum Scott Howells on It’s a Sin and losing loved ones to Covid
New Dead Space remake for next-gen and PC has first trailer
A Whitney Houston hologram will perform in Las Vegas
Zack Snyder working on a sequel to Army of the Dead
Who has left Love Island so far in 2021? Full list of contestants
Who left Love Island last night and when is the next recoupling?
Love Island: Who is new girl Abigail Rawlings?
The 10 best educational shows on Netflix if you are home schooling
The 40 best albums to listen to in lockdown
The 35 best films to stream during lockdown
The 40 best books to read during lockdown
The best video games to play during lockdown
A guide to all the Disney+ original content
The 40 best original films to watch on Netflix, ranked
The 30 best original TV shows to watch on Amazon Prime
The 58 best original TV shows to watch on Netflix UK
Nicolas Cage’s new movie scores 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes
Dwayne Johnson says he won’t appear in any more Fast & Furious films
Fans react as Jordan Peele shares the strange title of his next film
Farhan Akhtar on Toofaan ‘love jihad’ controversy
M Night Shyamalan names the director whose influenced him the most
The 37 best movie movie twists of all time, explained
Chloe Burrows: Who is Love Island 2021 contestant and how old is she?
Georgia Townend: Who is Love Island 2021 new arrival?
13 Reasons Why star Tommy Dorfman reintroduces herself as trans woman
The first Strictly 2021 contestant has been ‘revealed’
Westworld season 4: Everything we know so far
Loki nearly featured a montage of the God of Mischief having sex
Anna Faris surprises fans with marriage reveal after secret ceremony
Mercury Prize celebrates debuts and rock bands on 2021 shortlist
Dizzee Rascal claims Glastonbury were ‘scared’ to make him headliner
Kanye West reveals more details about upcoming new album, Donda
Eric Clapton says he won’t play venues requiring vaccine passport
Scooter Braun files for divorce from wife Yael Cohen
Lorde fans are calling her new single the ‘sad girl summer’ anthem

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