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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Culture
03 June 2010
Yes, Prime Minister
Culture
07 May 2010
HairGielgud Theatre, London W1The truism that if you can remember the Sixties, you weren't there, does not apply to...
Culture
24 April 2010
Polar BearsDonmar Warehouse, London WC2Polar Bears is a thoroughly depressing night at the theatre, and I mean that in...
Culture
26 March 2010
The Gods WeepHampstead Theatre, LondonLiteralism is a word that goes well with the qualifier "deadly". In The...
Culture
22 March 2010
Love Never DiesAdelphi Theatre, London WC2The Phantom of the Opera has always, I have felt, had something of the night...
Culture
26 February 2010
Serenading Louie
Culture
17 December 2009
Pantomime
Culture
10 December 2009
Jerusalem (Royal Court, 2009)Jez Butterworth's lyrical, satirical play managed to say something new about old England...
Culture
26 November 2009
When did theatre's most valued national treasure come out? As far as I remember, Alan Bennett's holding statement in...
Culture
12 November 2009
Pains of Youth
Culture
29 October 2009
Twelfth night
Culture
15 October 2009
David Hare
Culture
10 September 2009
I sometimes wonder what it must be like to have talent, the burden it must impose. The questions must always be: how do...
Culture
20 August 2009
Imagine a terrible war that turns out to have been fought for nothing. Unthinkable, I know, but have a go. Imagine, say...
Culture
06 August 2009
The Black Album

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