The late singer made a trade of music, and made it look easy.
“There isn’t a shortage of Asian engineers. There is a shortage of Asian comedians.”
When a music festival is more than just a music festival.
We are conditioned to be annoyed by everything the U2 frontman does.
The Almeida's young associate director has a reputation for criticising the rest of the theatre world. But, he says, he's just trying to strip away the “plastic casing” from classic texts such as Hamlet and 1984.
The band's new album Something to Tell You combines mature lyrics and ridiculously catchy hooks.
Two fashionable new plays, Ink and Committee, look behind the front page stories.
From American Psycho to Garden State.
“I would do anything for love but I won’t do that”.
Even back in the Seventies, they understood that ours had become a “Computer World”.
On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss the new Lorde album Melodrama, the BBC singing competition Pitch Battle and Naomi Alderman’s dystopian novel The Power.