Cultural Capital
04 January 2013
Film Les Misérables, released 11 January After its extreme success on the stage – having been...
Cultural Capital
17 December 2012
The critics' verdict on David Foster Wallace, Calasso's Baudelaire and Nick Barratt's history of London's suburbs.
Cultural Capital
14 December 2012
Art From Death to Death and Other Small Tales, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh 15 Dec-8 Sept...
Cultural Capital
13 December 2012
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, Simon Kuper, author most recently of The Football Men,...
Cultural Capital
11 December 2012
Around India in 80 Trains by Monisha Rajesh In Andrew Duff’s review in the Telegraph, he praises Around India...
Cultural Capital
06 December 2012
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, Sarah Churchwell reviews The Redgraves: a Family Epic by...
Cultural Capital
03 December 2012
Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington As its readers have been known to endow US Vogue with a semi-biblical air of...
Cultural Capital
30 November 2012
Design Valentino: Master of Couture, Somerset House, London WC2, 29 November 2012 – 3 March 2013 Recently...
Cultural Capital
29 November 2012
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, our lead book reviewer John Gray reviews Why Tolerate...
Cultural Capital
26 November 2012
Antifragile: How to Live in a World We Don't Understand by Nassim Nicholas Taleb Nassim Nicholas Taleb hit the...
Art and Design
26 November 2012
Paul Johnson John Singer Sargent: Figures and Landscapes 1900-1907 (The Brook, John Singer Sargent, 1907....
Cultural Capital
23 November 2012
  Comedy Chris Tucker, London, Hammersmith Apollo, London W6, 24-28 November The actor and comedian...
Cultural Capital
22 November 2012
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, the magazine’s friends and contributors choose their...
Religion
22 November 2012
It is unrealistic to expect the Church of England to keep up to date with fluctuations in social and cultural mores....
Politics
22 November 2012
Opportunism is not an attractive feature of political combat but it is an indispensable tool. Labour’s tactical...

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