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Ellen Peirson-Hagger is the New Statesman's culture assistant.
A bloated, 18-track marathon means that to find Lover’s gems, you have to sift through your fair share of dull moments.
At London's O2 Arena, fans of the pop superstar stand transfixed, united, and empowered in their adoration.
America Is Hard To See and It's True, It's True, It's True, are based on real-life events. But does that make them true?
Two shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival – Burgerz and Everything I See I Swallow – explore bodily autonomy in original ways.
“If you can’t have fun in a cathedral, do you really know what fun is?”
Across London, album listening events are becoming increasingly popular in an era of dwindling attention spans.
Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook and Hag, a new podcast series, are taking a fresh look at an old genre.
Enough of the idealising – it's time we acknowledge the sexism at the heart of the myth of the male "genius".
“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.