What happens on the casting couch draws the headline, but the problem starts on the page, says James Graham.
"Time is short, life is short. There's a lot to know."
With school music spending down and the benefits system crippled, the voices of pop have lost their bite.
Now showing at London's Apollo Theatre, the 1994 play shines even brighter in an age when its characters could marry.
It was less “Remembering Elvis”, more “Praising Bill Kenwright”.
Tamsin Greig stars in the innovative Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, while the Tate Modern wallet incident presses us to ask: what is art?
From bonus tracks to signed T-shirts to private concerts, do we end up here, selling not just the finished record, but every moment of the process?
Two very different biographical works give surprising insight into the great composer's character.
Another Soho landmark bites the dust.
On Stephen Sondheim’s 85th birthday, he will be revered as the genius of musical theatre. But his failures are just as fascinating as his successes.
NS pop critic Kate Mossman talks to the former Sex Pistol about Ed Miliband, Ukip and “men’s dangly bits”.
As Brexit looms, the government needs scrutiny. We'll provide it.