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At London's O2 Arena, fans of the pop superstar stand transfixed, united, and empowered in their adoration.
“It’s hard to make a living out of touring. This will make it harder.”
"Let's have a bit of a mess around with the audience": Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton discuss their playful approach to touring.
“The 1975” is just another example of performative activism for the sake of cultural capital.
A haunting fable with a dramatic score and a cumulative power, it is perhaps not surprising that Rusalka is Dvorák’s most successful opera.
We love accessible, bland music – easy to process with limited emotional bandwidth.
In the National Theatre's new play, Kelly is 27, a virgin and desperate to know what sex is like.
From the awkward attempts at flirting to the boasts about his wealth, the album is full of lyrical and musical missteps.
Contemplating the wistful magic of "Wichita Lineman", and the litany of mishaps that came with employing Boris Johnson as a motoring journalist.
Behind the hearse, and beyond the downcast relatives, the Mardi Gras Indians danced
The B-side that sparked Elton John's rise to global fame uncovers the paradox at the heart of audience taste and the power of the "almost normal".