Moral debate and questions of the right to offend dominate this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
From Joshua Gamson’s The Fabulous Sylvester, I learnt of the birth of the San Francisco gay scene and the counterculture of the late 1960s.
The former is oddly depoliticised, while the latter wants to make political points, but never quite lands them.
The openly gay pop star places female sexuality front and centre.
This NHS drama is his brightest, tightest and most satisfying play since 1991’s The Madness of George III.
Can a song about murdering an Algerian ever be benign?
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter on how he used music to “avoid working for the ‘man’.”
More family groups – baby boomer parents with adult children – than I have ever seen before fill Hyde Park to say goodbye to the 76-year-old.
Today’s judgement on the star’s case against the BBC over it’s reporting of his arrest is a sad one..
Norwich teenagers Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton have made a strikingly mature record.
From Rage against the Machine’s Christmas number one heist, to mourning Thatcher with “Ding Dong! The Witch is dead”.