While Wes Anderson's trademark charms are present, they fail to conceal a problematic portrayal of both Japanese culture and female characters
Place is the essence of this exhibition, which celebrates the beauty of Greece and its impact on the life and work of three famous bon vivants
Dodgy directoral decisions and acting leaves one foreseeing a dark future for this unconvincing RSC production
Simon Schama, Mary Beard, and David Olusoga; the terrible trio chosen to update the BBC relic Civilisations have fallen foul of all the usual potholes. Tasked with modernisation they haven't quite pulled it off.
Laura Plumley reflects on a musical pursuit of the American Dream
Reviving your favourite shows is no easy feat, but that's not stopping many networks from trying...
On her new project, Kacey Musgraves opts for the personal over the political
Exploring the religious undertones of one of 2017's most celebrated albums
Jez Butterworth and Sam Mendes' present a tale of a family riven by personal loss and political upheaval
Indhu Rubasingham's revealing production about a dark part of Japanese cultural history is relevant and immensely human