Andrew Billen has worked as a celebrity interviewer for, successively, The Observer, the Evening Standard and, currently The Times. For his columns, he was awarded reviewer of the year in 2006 Press Gazette Magazine Awards.

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20 April 2011
Surgeons are the swashbuckling and scalpel-waving heroes of medical fiction - dentists not so much. Although Martin...
Culture
11 March 2011
And out of the ovular incubator crawls naked . . . well, it depends on which night you see it. It is either Jonny Lee...
Culture
03 March 2011
The Children's HourComedy Theatre, London SW1I can see why audiences could have trouble with this play, which was...
Culture
17 February 2011
Greenland, the National Theatre's state-of-the-planet pageant, places its audience in a shifting, uncertain landscape...
Culture
03 February 2011
There is no pool so stagnant that an adroitly thrown brick cannot produce ripples. In this American comedy, which won...
Culture
13 January 2011
The only thing that grants farce artistic credibility is the precision of its construction. Otherwise, it's no better...
Culture
04 November 2010
TribesRoyal Court Theatre, London SW1Nina Raine's first play was called Rabbit and was characterised by the competitive...
Culture
28 October 2010
OnassisNovello Theatre, London WC2I cannot say I wish I had seen the original version of Martin Sherman's Onassis when...
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01 October 2010
Krapp's Last TapeDuchess Theatre, London WC2Michael Gambon could have been designed to star in Krapp's Last Tape. This...
Culture
27 August 2010
Biblical Tales
Culture
13 August 2010
Earthquakes in London
Culture
30 July 2010
The Duchess of MalfiGreat Eastern Quay, London E16In a round-up nine months ago of the best theatre of the past decade...
Culture
23 July 2010
La Bête
Culture
02 July 2010
Some time in the 1950s, probably around the time The Seventh Seal won a prize at Cannes, Ingmar Bergman told the critic...
Culture
18 June 2010
After the DanceNational Theatre, London SE1People have never bought the New Statesman to be acquainted with...

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