Prince aimed to make his listeners want to have him or be him. He did not like them to consider themselves his equals.
From “I’m just a boy with a one-man show” to “We sipped champagne out of cider cans”.
Adapting Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Quartet to stage proves too great a task for April de Angelis.
At midday on Monday I want to tweet, “God, making records is fun!” and at 6pm I want to tweet, “God, making records is hard!”
Suicide is the biggest killer of young men - and the grime artist can reach vulnerable men in a way that politicians can't.
The song explores the end of a relationship, and proves that at its best, pop is an art form.
This melancholy comedy has always been notable for what is now known as gender fluidity. The National Theatre's new gender-swapped version brings an added depth.
Membra Jesu Nostri is set in seven sections, each corresponding to a party of the body. Plus: Rigoletto at the London Coliseum.
The National’s new production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night offers a topical reminder of just how fast a joke can turn bad.
Nicholas Lezard's Down and Out.
How the "accidental" tumble came to dominate awards season.
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