The public should decide what becomes of public art.
A new adaptation of An American in Paris is an infernal mess.
Imagine Moscow, an exhibition at London’s Design Museum, captures an architectural future that never was.
Sneering at the ‘enemy within’, stand-ups today are bien pensant demagogues.
Must-reads from the past week
Hollywood is churning out semi-gay characters to promote naff films.
Carnage pokes fun at both meat-eaters and meat-dodgers.
A charming play about the SDP and a vacuous cabaret show both speak to these confused times.
This great pulp movie tries too hard to be political.
The Kid Stays in the Picture: a stylish look at the life of Robert Evans.