The writer who brought Harry Potter to the stage talks about a difficult childhood, his hopes for Labour, and his new production of Woyzeck.
Thank God Paul Morley’s The Age of Bowie doesn't try to be an objective, sensible biography.
The new play set in JK Rowling's wizarding world is a nostalgia trip.
What could the modern counterparts of the first conductor-free orchestras, once a socialist utopian vision, teach our politicians today?
Kate Mossman talks to Jeff Beck about escaping Eric Clapton's shadow, dodging fame, and why he can’t go and see Pat Metheny.
The Tsimane’ – a population of people in a rural village in Bolivia – are overturning scientists' understanding of why humans prefer consonant sounds over dissonant ones.
This feud represents a battle between two very different styles of storytelling.
Anohni’s latest project, the album Hopelessness, is the most explicitly political work she has produced over her career.
Following the 20th anniversary of “Wannabe”, are pop stars like the Spice Girls a thing of the past?
Cuttin’ It is an honest piece of theatre that confronts the audience with the horrors of Female Genital Mutilation in the UK.
"Do doooo do dooo. Right. Good."
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