As a biting satire of President Saakashvili makes its English language debut, Tara Isabella Burton explores the state of a fascinating theatrical tradition.
The pop star gets criticised for her hypersexual persona - and for returning to the man who abused her. But before you attack her choices, work out what you'd do if someone you actually knew was making the same mistakes.
Chamber of wonders.
The last king of Scotland.
Dazed and deeply confused.
Rob Pollard speaks to the erstwhile Smiths guitarist, Johnny Marr
A scraping from the NS archive.
Bowie releases second song in his mythical comeback with a video starring Tilda Swinton.
A dreamer's utopia in Paris.
The Books Interview.
Divisive arguments and musical nostalgia.
Theatre itself takes centre stage in “Atonement” director’s first play.
Rupert Everett is superb in this revival of David Hare's play.
Ian Rickson's "Old Times" reviewed.
Dandle with care.
Review of Sour Lips, a new play.
Rob Pollard interviews <i>Everything Everything</i>'s Jonathan Higgs.
Too posh to push boundaries.
A cacophonous Century.
Two new albums reviewed.
"I sometimes think of myself as a weak character who simply yielded to invitations."
Two new productions - The Minotaur and L’Orfeo - offer fresh takes on mythical tales.
It's time to revisit a composer who was arguably the true voice of the twentieth century.
Why does Bowie still hold such mythical power?
A story everyone needs to hear at least once.
The singer unburdened himself in a recent interview with Loaded.
Amy Winehouse drank herself to an accidental death in July 2011, St. Pancras coroner has confirmed.