Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture
4 April 2017

Two sides of our moral malaise

A charming play about the SDP and a vacuous cabaret show both speak to these confused times.

30 March 2017

Get Out: clever satire or lowbrow horror?

This great pulp movie tries too hard to be political.

28 March 2017

Lessons from a Hollywood hustler

The Kid Stays in the Picture: a stylish look at the life of Robert Evans.

27 March 2017

Destroy the Emmett Till painting? This is hysteria 

The destruction of artworks is censorship at its ugliest.

20 March 2017

The king is dead

RIP Chuck Berry, inventor of popular music.

17 March 2017

Elle: empowerment in darkness

Verhoeven’s rape-revenge thriller is his most startling film to date.

10 March 2017

Bill Leak: a free‑speech hero

Brendan O'Neill pays tribute to the great Australian cartoonist.

8 March 2017

Ed Sheeran: the master of bland

Pop’s arch careerist knows how to make money, if not great music.

7 March 2017

Sorry Riz, but quotas aren’t the answer

The obsession with diversity is a creative dead end.

3 March 2017

The art of revolution

The RA’s Russian Revolution show captures the idealism of 1917 – and the gloom of what followed.