Like Bennett as a playwright, the play has deepened with time.
We can’t expect celebrities to be political and then say “stop right now, thank you very much” when they don’t agree with us.
Plus: Royal Court’s ear for eye.
Little Mix, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Cardi B, Lady Gaga and more are getting in on the action.
Lennon, who has at some point in his life identified as white, describes himself as a “born-again African”.
For me, the Spice Girls represent the last time I actually liked/got pop music.
In his new book Should I Stay or Should I Go, James Ball answers the tricky questions posed by some of our most popular songs. Here are two of them.
It just goes to show theatre’s enduring power to disturb.
Maisie Williams shines in this play of boy-meets-girl-with-serious-illness.
This is a group who wrote their songs not for personal reasons but with tens of thousands of people in mind.
If social media had existed, I’m sure I would have immediately heard conspiracy theories about how Kurt Cobain died.