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Photographs of a lost England How Chris Killip captured a country in the throes of deindustrialisation and created a different way of seeing
Why everything we think we know about Cezanne is wrong A Tate blockbuster wants to strip away the 20th-century isms he spawned and bust the myth of an apolitical, unworldly hick
‘Everything turns inside out and upside down’ – a first look at Manchester’s new £186 million arts venue Opening next June, Factory International is a 13,000-sq-m building unlike any other, with director Danny Boyle already among its admirers
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05/10/2022 02:12:18
MUSIC: Now here's a super trouper...Toyah's voice is glowing with energy as she charms audiences with her snappy and uplifting Posh Pop
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FICTION: From Isabelle Allende's whistle-stop tale to Real Easy by Marie Rutkoski, a multi-generational epic from Honorée Fanonne Jeffers and Gary Shteyngart's latest, this week's best new fiction
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DANCE: Oh what a glittering delight... Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour packs out arenas once again as Rose Ayling-Ellis gives another stellar performance
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DEBORAH ROSS: Clunky and clichéd... but five stars for the lobsters Julian Fellowes' The Gilded Age is blissfully and lavishly styled, but is also underwhelming.
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THEATRE: A grisly but touching lament... Dr Semmelweis, starring Mark Rylance, is a fascinating medical whatdunnit that's bang on the money
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FILM: Penélope Cruz delivers an award-worthy performance in the intelligent Parallel Mothers, but the film has more gravitas than it actually deserves
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CLASSICAL: This is a top class musical tonic... Daniel Barenboim's New Year's Concert with Vienna Philharmonic treats the Strauss family with enormous finesse
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A labour of very personal love: Kenneth Branagh's Belfast is immensely moving, properly chilling and almost certainly tear-jerking
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He's the hardest working man in showbiz, but Romesh Ranganathan's latest stand-up routine is not about to reinvent his winning comedy formula
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Moulin Rouge! at the Piccadilly Theatre is a glitzy, kitschy, eye-popping extravaganza, but it's lacking convincing chemistry
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This is just ravishing, marvellous and truly captivating... John Wilson's Orchestral Works is one of the finest Ravel albums of recent years
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Marvin Gaye continues to inspire today's youth in What's Going On's 50th anniversary edition, which is still all too relevant five decades later
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Saved from the Nazis by a cat named Angel: Mala's Cat is an extraordinary account of courage, loss and an unshakeable will to live
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