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Romeo & Juliet, Duke of York’s: Tom Holland mesmerises in this once-in-a generation production
Why does Britain hate its architectural history?
GB News is going from strength to strength – and the media elite is terrified
Tatler’s Princess of Wales portrait is intolerably bad
It’s time to lay off Lauren Laverne – she’s grown into her role on Desert Island Discs
Atlas: J.Lo’s high-kicking heroine just about makes this silly sci-fi ignite
Romeo & Juliet, Duke of York’s: Tom Holland mesmerises in this once-in-a generation production
The Present: The Parent Trap meets Groundhog Day in Isla Fisher’s fluffy divorce comedy
Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition: Fawning and insight-free, this is a show for tourists
The Serpent Queen who seized control of France
Want to expand your children’s vocabulary? Try this book
The Kokomo calamity: how The Beach Boys’ most detested song was made
Kevin Rowland: ‘I thought, if anyone tries it on with my woman – I’m going to hit him’
‘Other women evaporated next to her’: the beautifully dark life of Anita Pallenberg
‘Stop pressing copies!’: why even Wet Wet Wet hated Love is All Around
‘I saw two nuns frolicking in a coffin’: inside Led Zeppelin’s wildest party
The Bucks Fizz story: ‘We earned less than the backing band’
What’s on TV tonight: Insomnia, The Blue Angels, and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
‘That film ruined her life’: Maria Schneider and the sordid legacy of Last Tango in Paris
How Get Him To The Greek became the most problematic comedy ever made
‘Megaflopolis’? Inside Francis Ford Coppola’s $120m sci-fi ‘train wreck’
‘Other women evaporated next to her’: the beautifully dark life of Anita Pallenberg
How Roger Corman’s sick, bloody Death Race 2000 drove Hollywood crazy
The deranged Planet of the Apes sequels Charlton Heston tried to kill
What’s on TV tonight: Insomnia, The Blue Angels, and more
How a new channel dedicated to golden oldies is shaking up TV
GB News is going from strength to strength – and the media elite is terrified
Buying London, review: the UK’s own Selling Sunset is artificial, vulgar, post-truth TV
Atlas: J.Lo’s high-kicking heroine just about makes this silly sci-fi ignite
The Kokomo calamity: how The Beach Boys’ most detested song was made
The Present: The Parent Trap meets Groundhog Day in Isla Fisher’s fluffy divorce comedy
Why Cannes standing ovations are so ludicrously long – and what they really mean
The Serpent Queen who seized control of France
Want to expand your children’s vocabulary? Try this book
Jonathan Dimbleby: How Stalin’s audacious deception humbled the German army
David Walliams: ‘Children have a billion things they would rather be looking at than a book’
Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition: Fawning and insight-free, this is a show for tourists
Why does Britain hate its architectural history?
Tatler’s Princess of Wales portrait is intolerably bad
Lowry and the Sea: The ‘matchstick men’ artist revealed in a whole new light
The Kokomo calamity: how The Beach Boys’ most detested song was made
Jerrold Northrop Moore, eccentric Elgar biographer who called his Pekinese Sir Edward – obituary
Ibsen and Greig unite for a mysterious and moving evening, plus the best of May’s classical concerts
Why the world stopped laughing at ‘tone-deaf rich guy’ Jerry Seinfeld
Me and the Voice in My Head, review: Joe Tracini finds humour in the darkest of places
‘The most expressive face I’ve ever seen’: Tony Hancock at 100, by Diane Morgan, Paul Merton and more
Romeo & Juliet, Duke of York’s: Tom Holland mesmerises in this once-in-a generation production
London theatre: the best musicals and plays to book now
?The Great Privation: a flawed but genuinely ambitious tale of robbing black bodies
The best gaming laptops of 2024 tried and tested for power, price and graphics
Kyle MacLachlan interview: ‘I’m drawn to the deep, dark and mysterious’
Jodie Comer’s pixelated hell: why Hollywood stars are ruining video games
Opera boss Michael Volpe: ‘The Government’s view of high art is rubbish’
Carmen: Glyndebourne returns with a gritty drama of sex and death
King surprises audience by appearing on stage at Royal Opera House
It’s time to lay off Lauren Laverne – she’s grown into her role on Desert Island Discs
The Queen’s Reading Room podcast returns, with proof that books are good for the body and soul
Greatest Hits Radio has more listeners than Radio 1 as ‘Ken Bruce effect’ continues More stories
Romeo & Juliet, Duke of York’s: Tom Holland mesmerises in this once-in-a generation production
The Kokomo calamity: how The Beach Boys’ most detested song was made
The Present: The Parent Trap meets Groundhog Day in Isla Fisher’s fluffy divorce comedy
Why Cannes standing ovations are so ludicrously long – and what they really mean
Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition: Fawning and insight-free, this is a show for tourists
The Serpent Queen who seized control of France
Want to expand your children’s vocabulary? Try this book
The Garfield Movie: Not hellish – but pretty purr-gatorial
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Daily Mail
24/05/2024 11:28:22 AM
FILM: You can't always bring old fossils back to life - and here's the proof... Jurassic World: Dominion lacks any sense of jeopardy or emotional heart
29 shares Jurassic World: Dominion review: Where's the emotional heart?
FICTION: From a haunting novel by Phil Rickman to This Time Tomorrow from Emma Straub and Geraldine Brooks's latest, this week's best new fiction
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NON-FICTION: On the run: Susan Jonusas's grisly crime saga on America's first serial killers, The Bloody Benders, is refreshing but lacks any big reveals
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MUSIC: Beatlemania? No, it's Billiemania! Billie Eilish sends fans wild as part-boss, part-life coach and all round pop star at Manchester's AO Arena
48 shares Billie Eilish review: Beatlemania? No, it's Billiemania!
THEATRE: Cool Britannia? The satirical Tony! The Tony Blair Rock Opera at Park Theatre is a raucous New Labour spoof that's not afraid of a cheap laugh
42 shares Tony! The Tony Blair Rock Opera review: A raucous New Labour spoof
CLASSICAL: Just magical! From spellbinding choreography to enchanting sets and splendid singing, Orfeo at Garsington Opera is a special evening indeed
13 shares Orfeo review: A special evening indeed
MUSIC: Satisfaction? It's guaranteed! The Rolling Stones have still got it as the band embarks on their 60th anniversary tour in Madrid
8 shares The Rolling Stones review: Satisfaction? It's guaranteed!
THEATRE: Amy Adams is more fusty matron than faded magnolia as she makes her stage debut in the stodgy The Glass Menagerie at Duke of York's
6 shares The Glass Menagerie review: Amy Adams unleashes few thrills
DEBORAH ROSS: Keeley's drama is sooo slow I just had to switch off... sharpish
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CRAIG BROWN: How a bereft son turned his grief into an art form: William Leith's reflections on the chasm between him and his dying father are not macabre but rather darkly comic and exhilarating
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FILM: Jessie Buckley is a joy in folk-horror Men, but I can't shake the feeling it's made for laughs and Harry Enfield's comedy character is rather distracting
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ART: The creations on display in the Barbican's Postwar Modern are proof that dark times make for devastatingly good, and understandably bleak, art
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CLASSICAL: The orchestra was spellbinding in Samson Et Dalila at the Royal Opera House, but the violent production sadly has very little going for it
2 shares Samson Et Dalila review: It could, and should, have been more
FICTION: From Holly Williams's engaging debut to The Sidekick by Benjamin Markovits, a bittersweet marvel from Miriam Toews and Lesley Thomson's latest, this week's best new fiction
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NON-FICTION: The nasty truth about Lenin: Antony Beevor doesn't fully explore the USSR's birth, but he still produces a well-researched volume
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Independent
24/05/2024 11:28:39 AM
Coldplay have always been cool, and it’s ludicrous to claim otherwise
Deadpool & Wolverine’s marketing campaign thinks you’re an idiot
Nicola Coughlan’s Bridgerton glory has been a long time coming
Bad reviews for Kevin Costner’s Horizon won’t stop Yellowstone fanboys
Tom Holland’s sad boy star-cross’d lover falls flat in Romeo & Juliet
Glen Powell delivers the movie star goods in Netflix comedy Hit Man
Lenny Kravitz hides behind platitudes and cowbells on his new album
Is this hyped new author really the next Patricia Highsmith?
Michelle Terry’s controversial Richard III takes aim at toxic men
Demi Moore’s gory new horror movie could win her an Oscar
Olivia Laing on the politics of gardens: ‘A garden is a rebel state’
Bridgerton has totally obliterated the traditional costume drama
11 Strictly Come Dancing scandals that rocked the show
Garfield gets an unhinged traumatic origin story in this dismal reboot
Fran Lebowitz: ‘Trans rights affects no one except those involved’
From Rebus to The Responder, it’s time to bury the defective detective
Rafe Spall: ‘Men’s bodies in film give unreal ideas of masculinity’
Tracey Emin: ‘What would I have done all these years if I was sober?’
Hay Festival 2024: our guide to this year’s highlights
The new voices and hidden gems of Hay Festival 2024
Olivia Laing on the politics of gardens: ‘A garden is a rebel state’
‘Real-life Martha’ from Baby Reindeer was not lying about her degree
Emily In Paris role auctioned off despite Netflix renewal denial
Dave Chappelle accuses Israel of ‘genocide’ as he decries antisemitism
Kelly Rowland speaks out after scolding Cannes security guard
Mr Robot fan favorite joins cast of Dexter prequel series
Robert Downey Jr roasts Chris Hemsworth at Hollywood star ceremony
RAYE scoops top prize at Ivors for Songwriter of the Year
Talk to Me breakout Sophie Wilde: ‘I don’t mind being a scream queen’
How to Have Sex’s Mia McKenna-Bruce: ‘Consent is not yes or no’
Jamie-Lee O’Donnell on being skint, Derry Girls, and prison show Screw
Black Mirror’s Anjana Vasan: ‘I’ve been underestimated. I’m small, brown and foreign’
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Beetlejuice 2 trailer introduces Willem Dafoe and Monica Bellucci
Killers of the Flower Moon’s native costume designer sues Apple
Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan sent to hospital following heatstroke
Jennifer Lopez reacts to question about Ben Affleck ‘divorce’ rumours
Justin Long got ‘pushback’ for Dodgeball role as he was ‘way too old’
George Floyd big-screen biopic in the works
Jennifer Lopez reacts to question about Ben Affleck ‘divorce’ rumours
Justin Long got ‘pushback’ for Dodgeball role as he was ‘way too old’
George Floyd big-screen biopic in the works
Jeremy Renner shares gory and brutal details of snowplow accident
Obama speechwriter to appear on Survivor: ‘I have no outdoor skills’
Seinfeld star Michael Richards details life-saving cancer surgery
Love Island 2024 rumoured lineup revealed
Race Across the World viewers in tears over ‘devastating’ James scene
Kevin Costner defends giving his son, 15, acting debut in new movie
Giovanni Pernice and Anton Du Beke’s travel series ‘shelved’
Hugh Jackman says he joined Deadpool & Wolverine without telling agent
Glen Powell ‘hit in the face’ by bouncer at Expendables party
Gérard Depardieu leaves the ‘King of Paparazzi’ ‘bloodied’ after brawl
Angelina Jolie must produce NDAs, judge rules in Brad Pitt court case
Gary Oldman clarifies former criticism of Harry Potter performance
Kelly Rowland scolds female security guard at Cannes Film Festival
Angelina Jolie must produce NDAs, judge rules in Brad Pitt court case
Gary Oldman clarifies former criticism of Harry Potter performance
Kelly Rowland scolds female security guard at Cannes Film Festival
Celine Dion pulls back curtain on illness in documentary trailer
Nadine Coyle steps in for Cheryl during solo during Girls Aloud tour
Cassie Ventura breaks silence on Diddy domestic abuse video
Lily Allen says she was ‘shocked’ by backlash to Noughties antics
Apple Music’s top 100 albums of all time sparks fan debate
Cassie Ventura breaks silence on Diddy domestic abuse video
Lily Allen says she was ‘shocked’ by backlash to Noughties antics
Apple Music’s top 100 albums of all time sparks fan debate

Guardian
24/05/2024 11:28:40 AM
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Ken Loach and Mike Leigh resign as patrons of London cinema over Israeli film festival screening
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom at 40: Spielberg’s hit-and-miss relic
Romeo & Juliet review – Tom Holland enters to whoops as Francesca Amewudah-Rivers shows a steely cool
Jane Asher: ‘Would I do another nude scene? Never say never!’
All We Imagine As Light review – dreamlike and gentle modern Mumbai tale is a triumph
‘I wanted to scrape it from my eyeballs’: critics on their zero-star savagings
Paul Weller: 66 review – sumptuous rumination on older age springs some surprises
Swim, Aunty, Swim! review – powerful tale of women healed by water in an empty pool
Buying London review – probably the most hateable TV show ever made
George Harrison’s childhood home in Liverpool gets blue plaque
Hospital details brain and spinal injuries after turbulence on Singapore flight
London-born boy who died aged 15 to become first millennial saint
Building collapses at Mallorca beach killing at least four and injuring 21
My wife has put on weight and I’m no longer attracted to her. What should I do?
Gaffe at brewery marks the end of Rishi Sunak’s first day of campaigning
Rishi Sunak shelves flagship Rwanda and smoking policies before election
Rish!’s warehouse visit takes the biscuit for talking down to voters
Questioners at Sunak warehouse speech turn out to be Tory councillors
Ken Loach and Mike Leigh resign as patrons of London cinema over Israeli film festival screening
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom at 40: Spielberg’s hit-and-miss relic
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