Bowie, Thatcher and Picasso unite to explore the danger of our fame obsession

June 14th, 2024

The new exhibition Namedropping at Mona is by turns enjoyable and uncomfortable, with ideas that pick at the way you see the world and then follow you out of the building.

Bowie, Thatcher and Picasso unite to explore the danger of our fame obsession

June 14th, 2024

The new exhibition Namedropping at Mona is by turns enjoyable and uncomfortable, with ideas that pick at the way you see the world and then follow you out of the building.

Even with its flaws, this production of Chicago is a hell of a show

June 14th, 2024

Chicago is always worth seeing but this one’s not as scorching as some.

Even with its flaws, this production of Chicago is a hell of a show

June 14th, 2024

Chicago is always worth seeing but this one’s not as scorching as some.

Literature and music in harmony in Kazuo Ishiguro’s new book

June 14th, 2024

The Nobel Prize–winning author’s new book is a gorgeously illustrated volume of lyrics written for the jazz singer Stacey Kent.

An intimate portrait of life – and death – as Joan Didion’s assistant

June 14th, 2024

As an aspiring author in his 20s, Corey Leadbeater landed what should have been a dream gig as an assistant and confidante to the legendary American writer. But his own life was unravelling.

Amor Towles creates an alluring world in his noirish short stories

June 14th, 2024

The author of A Gentleman In Moscow has written a collection of six stories set in the Golden Age of Hollywood, as well as an experimental novella.

An intimate portrait of life – and death – as Joan Didion’s assistant

June 14th, 2024

As an aspiring author in his 20s, Corey Leadbeater landed what should have been a dream gig as an assistant and confidante to the legendary American writer. But his own life was unravelling.

Amor Towles creates an alluring world in his noirish short stories

June 14th, 2024

The author of A Gentleman In Moscow has written a collection of six stories set in the Golden Age of Hollywood, as well as an experimental novella.

Literature and music in harmony in Kazuo Ishiguro’s new book

June 14th, 2024

The Nobel Prize–winning author’s new book is a gorgeously illustrated volume of lyrics written for the jazz singer Stacey Kent.