Rosie Millard was previously Arts Editor for the NS and a Theatre Critic. She was the Arts Correspondent for BBC News for 10 years and is now a broadsheet columnist. She lives in London with heaps of small children, which may partially explain her love of going to the theatre.

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Books
03 December 2009
You would have thought that a book entitled Scroogenomics, which has been published in a recession and exhorts us to...
Music and Performance
04 June 2009
Working on the principle that a good parent should occasionally try doing what their kids are up to, I committed myself...
Lifestyle
09 April 2009
Is there anything duller than the modern-day digital camera? They cope with any subject matter from the Alps to an ant...
Economics
22 January 2009
With remarkable synchronicity, it seems everything in the expense bracket of "unattainable" has gone on a self-induced...
Society
17 April 2008
On Sunday 13 April, I was standing in a pen with thousands of other people. We were all greased with Vaseline and clad...
Culture
13 December 2007
What's necessary in a Christmas show? Entertainment, naturally. A feel-good message, perhaps, and something visually...
Culture
29 November 2007
Perhaps as a reaction against his acclaimed version of Pedro Almodóvar's All About My Mother, for which the stage was...
Culture
22 November 2007
Why is it that whenever someone has a successful, but obviously irreproducible idea, everyone rushes to imitate it?...
Culture
15 November 2007
Since London theatres are currently full of somewhat youthful audiences, it was almost with a sense of nostalgia that I...
Culture
08 November 2007
Simplicity, and a growing sense of horror, are the two key notions arising from an utterly compelling production of...
Culture
01 November 2007
Power play and the time-wasting antics of a reluctant workforce come under the spotlight in Five Tanks, a new play by...
Culture
25 October 2007
Can you really put a comic strip on the stage? Many people have tried, and here at the tiny Arts Theatre Robert...
Culture
18 October 2007
Just before The Country Wife (written in 1675 by the Restoration wit William Wycherley) kicks off, the entire stage is...
Culture
11 October 2007
For those of you who don't already know the short, sinister stories of Edgar Allan Poe, ten of which are supposedly the...
Culture
04 October 2007
Machine-gun fire rakes the stage at the Gielgud, which is dressed bleakly in white tiles and harshly illuminated with...

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