Acclaimed author returns to pots in a new exhibition.
A new show at the British Library traces "space" and "place" across a thousand years of literature.
Is "Keep Calm And Carry On" an appropriate mantra for modern Britain?
An astonishing production at the Barbican
John Gray on markets and morals, Ferdinand Mount on oligarchy and Bryan Appleyard on the iPhone at f
Sneaky calls, the Beatles and fake couples/kitchens/whipped cream.
When the world is in economic crisis, how should writers respond?
The critics' verdicts on Hilary Mantel, Tom Watson and Toni Morrison.
"Where the Wild Things Are" author leaves an enduring cultural legacy.
Our cultural picks for the week ahead.
A gloriously irreverent operatic adaptation of Oscar Wilde's classic.
Cinema's great enigma.
Bad writing and behaviour at the codfish ball.
This year's shortlist encompasses a mixture of art forms.
'The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning' seeks to redress the balance.
The Bread and Roses film festival kicks off today.
Who says political theatre has to be dull?
A brief look at the Spring Books Special
Orange sherbet, purple candy, LSD.
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.