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Telegraph
27/11/2020 10:46:27 PM
Clive Barker interview: ‘I woke up from a coma, and everything I owned was gone’ The former bad boy of British horror on the perverse origins of Hellraiser, prejudice in publishing, and his battle with real life demons
How bestselling YA novelist Alex Wheatle went from prison to an MBE
Audrey, review: a polished picture of stardust and suffering that leaves you itching for more
Lockdown is killing small arts venues – I see it on my street
Tristram Fane Saunders
Bill Bailey's Strictly Diary: ‘First Janet, now Joan – this show amazes me’
‘The events sector may not last the winter’: the O2 Arena on why re-opening isn’t enough Even a venue as large and significant as the O2 is being crushed by lockdown rules. The next month will be crucial, says the man who runs it
‘We weren’t even told to close in the war!’: can a vaccine save Britain’s amateur theatres? The am-dram world is often dismissed, but its worth millions to the British economy. How are its most devoted practitioners staying afloat?
‘By March, we’ll have lost 60 concerts’: the young orchestra fighting against lockdown ruin The Aurora Orchestra is a small British gem, renowned for the quality of its sound and experimentation. What are their plans for survival?
‘Theatres need timelines based on evidence – you can’t turn it on and off like a tap’ Eleanor Lloyd, new president of SOLT, on lockdown damage, theatres resilience and how no-one understands what freelancers are
Lockdown is killing small arts venues – I see it on my street The coronavirus lockdown, and constantly changing guidlines, have put small venues like the Bridge House Theatre in an impossible position
Tristram Fane Saunders
Ofcom is right – the BBC’s shameful ‘yoof’ obsession is repelling viewers with brains The Corporation ignores its critics who say it shuns its core viewers and makes virtue-signalling fluff but here is the proof
Johnny Depp was hopeless – thank goodness Mads Mikkelsen is here to save Fantastic Beasts Depp's Grindelwald was both boring and bizarre: think Bowie meets Hitler. Mikkelsen's skill and gravitas is the tonic the franchise needs
The arts need to start supporting the Festival of Brexit The Remain-supporting arts sector needs to get over itself. This festival will breathe new life into the bruised industry
Possessor, review: Cronenberg Jr serves up a sleek, eerie sci-fi thriller
Audrey, review: a polished picture of stardust and suffering that leaves you itching for more
Les Ombres, Une Nuit à Madrid review: take a trip to 18th-century Spain
Noelle, Disney+ review: Anna Kendrick’s cutesy window into a Christmas before Covid
Gary Barlow, Music Played by Humans, review: enough showstoppers to make Frank Sinatra turn green
Happiest Season, review: a doleful Kristen Stewart makes Christmas a vale of tears
‘Vulgar, crass, and loud’: why AC/DC were at their best when nobody liked them
‘He went through women like water’: Leonard Cohen, the unlikely lothario
‘An absolute ad-lib from the start’: the birth of Tom Petty’s masterpiece Wildflowers
Phil Lynott: how addiction destroyed Ireland’s forgotten rock genius
Can rock music not even muster a good feud any more?
Letters: Lockdown should not be the primary method to control coronavirus
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What’s on TV tonight: Saving Britain’s Pubs with Tom Kerridge, The Fall of Anne Boleyn, and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
Mike Bassett: England Manager – how Boris’s bungling and Martin Bashir made him relevant again
A visit from Michael Jackson and Macaulay Culkin’s difficult father: the hell of making Home Alone
How Hattie Jacques's frustrated sex life led to the greatest clinch in British cinema
‘Britain still has a repressive strain’: David Cronenberg on his ‘depraved’ classic, Crash
Whatever happened to Diana Dors, Swindon’s Marilyn Monroe?
What if Mick and Keith ran a shop? Phil Cornwell on John Sessions and the making of Stella Street
The Kerridge effect alone won’t save our pubs
Bill Bailey's Strictly Diary: ‘First Janet, now Joan – this show amazes me’
The best John Lewis Christmas adverts: Watch them all, from The Long Wait to Give a Little Love
ByTelegraph Reporters 26 Nov 2020, 5:28pm
Clive Barker interview: ‘I woke up from a coma, and everything I owned was gone’
The 30 best Christmas movies of all time From have yourself a merry little Christmas to yippee-ki-yay! we round up 30 of the silver screens festive crackers
ByTelegraph Reporters 26 Nov 2020, 5:25pm
Possessor, review: Cronenberg Jr serves up a sleek, eerie sci-fi thriller
Clive Barker interview: ‘I woke up from a coma, and everything I owned was gone’
Audrey, review: a polished picture of stardust and suffering that leaves you itching for more
Clive Barker interview: ‘I woke up from a coma, and everything I owned was gone’ The former bad boy of British horror on the perverse origins of Hellraiser, prejudice in publishing, and his battle with real life demons
‘Cancel culture is a form of neo-Stalinism’: the writer defending France from woke zealots David Doucet, a journalist and author, is chronicling the assault upon free speech in France and has experienced the nightmare himself
Sobbing over Jordan Peterson’s ideas? Publishing is full of cancel-happy children Reports of an internal meltdown at Penguin Random House suggest that some editors dont understand the value of free thought
The mysterious case of the library thieves: who stole Charles Darwin's priceless notebooks? Twenty years ago two priceless notebooks disappeared from Cambridge University Library. Now, the librarian wants answers
BySusannah Goldsbrough 24 Nov 2020, 2:56pm
Can I go to a museum? What the tier system means for art lovers
Alien artefact or sculptural homage – has the mystery of Utah’s monolith been solved?
The singing sharks of Hackney: a roguish architect versus a ‘humourless’ council
Bill Bailey's Strictly Diary: ‘First Janet, now Joan – this show amazes me’
‘Online gigs aren’t the same’: one comedian’s journey from stage to supermarket tills
‘To call arts freelancers “lazy” is dangerous’: the comedian packing Amazon boxes
The 100 best Christmas songs of all time
Are gigs cancelled? What the new tier system means for live music
Les Ombres, Une Nuit à Madrid review: take a trip to 18th-century Spain
Lockdown is killing small arts venues – I see it on my street
Can I go to the theatre? What the tier system means for panto season
The arts need to start supporting the Festival of Brexit
Ariodante, Royal Opera House online, review: splendid and buoyant 
The ‘Arts After Brexit’ report is troubling – why won’t Remainers help us face the future?
‘Diana would have identified with The Phantom of the Opera - she also yearned to be loved'
A robustly un-BBC telling of Ghislaine Maxwell’s grisly tale
Claudia Winkleman is a fine replacement for Graham Norton – but is the BBC short on options?
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The Kerridge effect alone won’t save our pubs
Bill Bailey's Strictly Diary: ‘First Janet, now Joan – this show amazes me’ In his exclusive weekly report, the comedian talks about his new A-list fans and missing his beloved birdwatching
Lockdown is killing small arts venues – I see it on my street The coronavirus lockdown, and constantly changing guidlines, have put small venues like the Bridge House Theatre in an impossible position
Tristram Fane Saunders 26 Nov 2020, 6:20pm
The 30 best Christmas movies of all time From have yourself a merry little Christmas to yippee-ki-yay! we round up 30 of the silver screens festive crackers
ByTelegraph Reporters 26 Nov 2020, 5:25pm
The 100 best Christmas songs of all time From Mariah to Bubl, here's our pick for the very best tunes for the festive season
ByTelegraph Reporters 26 Nov 2020, 5:09pm
Possessor, review: Cronenberg Jr serves up a sleek, eerie sci-fi thriller
‘This is the worst thing I’ve ever seen’: how The Only Way is Essex warped our reality Hungover tantrums, walk-outs, vajazzles The original TOWIE cast reflects on the 'scripted reality' experiment that changed their lives
Can I go to a museum? What the tier system means for art lovers Many postponed exhibitions are due to reopen. But what impact will new restrictions have on galleries and museums in tiers 1, 2 and 3?
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27/11/2020 10:46:11 PM
MUSIC: If you don't mind a few cliches, Music Played By Humans by Gary Barlow is good fun and it should make for a memorable gig... one day 
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FICTION: From Jonathan Lethem's eerily timely tale to The Swallowed Man by Edward Carey, an inventive novel by Kikuko Tsumura and Michael Connelly's latest, this week's best new fiction 
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NON-FICTION: Historian Ian Mortimer is bringing a mix of telling anecdote and pithy research to The Time Traveller's Guide To Regency Britain
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PIERS MORGAN: I was with Gareth Southgate three days before his positive test... Why didn't he tell us?  It's emerged that Gareth Southgate tested positive for Covid-19.
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CRAIG BROWN: WOW! Cliff Richard really loves exclamation marks in The Dreamer! And you wouldn't want to cross him in a fight!
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FILM: Hillbilly Elegy starring Glenn Close and Owen Asztalos is a film that shows the American dream is still alive but definitely in need of help 
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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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I was with Gareth Southgate three days before his positive test... Why didn't he tell us? 
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From spin-off documentary The Real Right Stuff to The Pack and Fear By The Lake, the best on demand TV to watch this week 
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From the Amy Winehouse collection to Elton John's favourite album tracks and Elvis Costello & The Attractions, the best box sets of the year 
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How a dodgy tour guide who sold rude videos of his wife duped a professor into thinking Jesus was married in Veritas by Ariel Sabar 
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It's impossible to overstate Joseph Calleja's contribution to The Magic Of Mantovani: His golden voice sounds glorious throughout
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From Carys Bray's weighty novel to Olga by Bernhard Schlink, a short story collection by Nicole Krauss and H. B. Lyle's latest, this week's best new fiction 
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Klopp: My Liverpool Romance is a compelling gallop of a read and Anthony Quinn perfectly captures the man's endearing likeability
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Independent
27/11/2020 10:46:28 PM
Dolly Parton’s politics have always been hidden in plain sight
To understand the Grammys, we need to look at the Recording Academy
On The Crown season 4, pop music is its own character
Tiger King: Why is Carole Baskin so hated?
Miley Cyrus’s 10 best songs, ranked
Kristen Stewart is charming in Happiest Season, a queer festive romcom
Possessor is an entertaining techno thriller awash in blood and teeth
Black Beauty is perfect for horse girls, not so much for anyone else
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Alan Ball: ‘I wonder if American Beauty would get made now’
Douglas Stuart: ‘Homophobia makes you think there’s something broken’
AC/DC: ‘Malcolm was there in the studio and we all knew it’
Elisabeth Moss: ‘Acting is a ridiculous job and I make money at it’
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TikTok and Evening Standard launch £120k fund for young theatre talent
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Tom Allen replaces Noel Fielding for Bake Off Christmas specials
Grammys respond to Justin Bieber’s complaint about Pop nominations
BBC reporter Ben Hunte receives racist abuse after Laurence Fox tweet
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British passport holders unable to play Prince William in new film
MCU director backtracks on claims about three-way Spider-Man crossover
Diane Keaton says new Godfather III edit is much better than original
Faizon Love sues over ‘racially segregated’ Couples Retreat poster
How to watch last year’s Diego Maradona film for free
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