Cultural Capital
08 October 2012
Bad Pharma by Ben Goldacre Doctor, author and uncaged monkey Ben Goldacre’s second foray into the world of...
Cultural Capital
05 October 2012
Literature Manchester Literary Festival, until 23 October Over the coming week Michael Chabon will be reading from...
Cultural Capital
04 October 2012
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, our lead book reviewer John Gray considers a new collection...
Cultural Capital
01 October 2012
The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling After praising her attempt to overcome the Potter legacy and tackle something new...
Cultural Capital
28 September 2012
Film Raindance Film Festival, Apollo Piccadilly Circus, 26 Sept – 7 Oct Notable for having repeatedly premiered...
Cultural Capital
27 September 2012
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, writer and psychotherapist Talitha Stevenson examines the...
The Staggers
22 September 2012
1. Coming through... the arrogance of power (Telegraph) Andrew Mitchell can apologise all he wants, but he's done...
Cultural Capital
21 September 2012
Music toe, XOYO, 23 September Japan’s answer to Sigur Ros. Quite simply one of the finest, most under-...
Cultural Capital
17 September 2012
This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Díaz “Junot Díaz’s short story collection is so sharp, so...
Cultural Capital
14 September 2012
Film Cambridge Film Festival, 13 – 23 September The Cambridge Film Festival is, simply put, a celebration of...
Cultural Capital
13 September 2012
In the Critics section of the New Statesman this week, Simon Heffer reviews Britannia Unchained: Global Lessons for...
Cultural Capital
10 September 2012
Every Love Story is a Ghost Story: A Life of David Foster Wallace by DT Max A new biography of David Foster Wallace...
The Staggers
09 September 2012
1. The prime minister's masterclass in how not to conduct a reshuffle (Observer) David Cameron failed most of the...
Cultural Capital
07 September 2012
Art Kings Place Gallery, London, N1 - Sculptor’s Drawings, 31 August – 12 October The largest ever...
Cultural Capital
06 September 2012
In the critic’s section of the New Statesman this week, Leo Robson reviews Zadie Smith’s NW and finds,...

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