Michael Gove is taken in by his own vacuous erudition.
What does the Günter Grass affair tell us about changing German attitudes to the Holocaust?
Peter Gill's revival of Robert Holman's triptych at the Donmar Warehouse is unmissable.
The first stage adaptation of Jung Chang's award-winning novel is a masterpiece.
What's changed in the hundred years since Bram Stoker's death?
The Band's drummer dies of cancer at 71.
American writing special with Mark Greif, Heidi Julavits, Jonathan Safran Foer, Ben Marcus and Shalo
Design Museum, SE1, Designs of the Year 2012, until 15 July
"Animals Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum.
Anne Enright and Cynthia Ozick both make the 2012 shortlist.
Luxury cinema is an insult to film, and our wallets - we should resist its pretentious temptations
But Matilda waltzes off with a record haul of Larrys.
Some of the leading names in the British art scene have made or donated works to the Crisis Commissi
The critics' verdicts on Irvine Welsh, Sam Harris and George Dyson.
A big night for the RSC's Matilda.
A travel ban is still censorship.
Cinderella, rape, and a murder dream we wish was real.
The Horniman museum traces style in the capital.
Here's why you need to see Jean Renoir's 1938 classic.
A new display of work by Louise Bourgeois provokes at the Freud Museum.
The critics' verdicts on Carole King, Tom Holland and Tim Lott.
Set against political scandal, mass immigration and growing cultural hysteria, this three-part BBC d
Jubilee Park, E14, Anthony Caro, Until 25 May
Adam Kirsch, Craig Raine, A L Kennedy and Richard Mabey.
Oh Betty (and why Jon Hamm shouldn't be allowed to direct again)