Guess who it has criticised? Not the censorious protesters, but the Barbican.
It was a sad day for freedom when Brett Bailey’s work was shut down by a mob.
20,000 Days on Earth is an engrossing film about an unlikely hero of Britain's middle class.
Pride unwittingly lays bare the post-Eighties crisis of leftism.
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Peculiarly in this PC era, Rivers treated her audience as grown-ups.
Fela Kuti was that rarest of things: a bona fide, fists-in-the-air pop rebel.
Brett Bailey’s new show isn't racist; it just makes you feel bad.
A Kate Bush fan marvels at Before the Dawn but is irritated by Kate's canonisation.
The excitement over Queen B’s ‘feminist’ VMA turn reeks of desperation.