The women of Rome’s imperial family matched the men for ruthlessness, but their reward was ingratitude rather than power.
It’s creepy and claustrophobic, but a depressing and bitter lead (Domhnall Gleeson) robs the film of the electrical charge vital for fully effective horror.
If lots of people dream of the visionary nature of a Tony Stark, those who really like Elon Musk are effectively teen boys who believe the world’s problems might be solved by magic.
The playwright’s latest work nods most fondly to two classical texts he is connected with: Oedipus and Hamlet.
Comer’s turn as Villanelle is a piercing jolt of a performance that hits you like a hairpin to the eyeball.
We call the Vietnam War a tragedy. But it wasn’t a matter of fate: it was a choice.
The poet and novelist talks enjoying getting lost, the art of living, and Mandela, Obama and Lincoln.
When I was at university I cooked pasta in a kettle. Today’s students share their carrot and coconut porridge and home-made bread on Instagram.
The economist and peer on the cost of austerity and how “power structures” limit debate.
Aufstehen hopes to attract alienated voters to a struggling left, including those who have drifted to the right.
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