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Julien Baker ‘Turn out the lights’ review – rawness and painstaking...

Julien Baker exposes the harsh realities of her mental health struggles, writes Ollie Braddy

Sowing the seeds for the Eastern bloc’s sexual revolution

Chantal Marauta explores the life of Russian Revolutionary feminist Alexandra Kollontai and her fight for gender equality

Confessions of a Drama Queen 5: Things can only get better

Our drama queen's unparalleled potential is finally recognised

Revolutionary artists: from creatives to criminals

Catherine Cibulskis reflects on the dramatic evolution of Russian art in the immediate aftermath of the revolution

“A Mythical Future”: Katya Rogatchevskaia on the Russian Revolution

The British Librarian curator discusses her exhibition Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy, Myths

The ‘new’ jazz must be seen as well as heard

The latest offering from the 'new' Jazz scene is an innovative success, writes Harriet Davis

In The Aeroplane Over The Sea – “experimental and weird”

Barney Pite reexamines one of indie rocks most enigmatic classic albums

‘Lieutenant of Inishmore’ review – ‘An excellent understanding of pace’

John Livesey admires the acting in 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore,' but regrets how it shies away from violent visuals

Why the Sgt. Pepper’s show cannot be missed

Kenji Newton is impressed with the Oxford Beatles' recreation of the classic album

Not Forgetting William Hazlitt

Despite critical acclaim, William Hazlitt is now scarcely read.
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