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The Greenhouse Effect review – bells, birdsong and a bubble-wrapped piano
An environmental theme unified this theatrical and immersive concert that included works by Steve Reich, Claudia Molitor and Mátyás Wettl

John Lewis

13, Mar, 2023 @4:35 PM

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The English Concert/Bicket review – Handel of grace and elan as Bicket takes us back to 1749 London
Recreation of the composer’s benefit concert for the Foundling Hospital was beautifully delivered

Tim Ashley

01, Mar, 2023 @4:55 PM

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My Neighbour Totoro nominated for nine Olivier awards
Stage version of 1988 Japanese animation leads the pack while Standing at the Sky’s Edge has eight nominations

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

28, Feb, 2023 @4:16 PM

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Olivier awards 2023: complete list of nominations
My Neighbour Totoro leads the way with nine nominations at this year’s awards – see who else is in the running

Guardian Stage

28, Feb, 2023 @3:12 PM

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Alice Neel: Hot Off the Griddle; Action, Gesture, Paint – review
The American artist puts her sitters at such ease that, one way or another, they reveal all in a superbly curated show of her life’s work

Laura Cumming

19, Feb, 2023 @1:00 PM

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On my radar: Brix Smith’s cultural highlights
The ex-Fall guitarist on a compelling fashion rivalry, Björk’s latest masterpiece, and a surreal film moment she won’t forget

Kathryn Bromwich

11, Feb, 2023 @3:00 PM

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Leading artists criticise Barbican’s collaboration with Israeli embassy for concert
Jerusalem Orchestra East & West’s performance ‘cynical attempt to re-brand apartheid as diversity’, claims letter by over 50 artists

Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent

01, Feb, 2023 @5:55 PM

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Bill’s 44th review – tender and boozy puppet party
A Beckettian sense of dread pervades Dorothy James and Andy Manjuck’s show about a wistful middle-aged man’s attempts to keep the darkness at bay

Chris Wiegand

01, Feb, 2023 @10:41 AM

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Into the Void: the four-storey Barbican shell set to become a £3.5m home
Having bought the space in 2006 for £200,000, a former solicitor aims to sell the one-off 3,097 sq ft brutalist space to developers

Rupert Neate Wealth correspondent

08, Jan, 2023 @3:00 PM

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NYOGB/Bloch review – visible delight in music-making
The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain played with virtuosity, panache and heartfelt enjoyment in a programme featuring Britten, Anna Clyne and Richard Strauss

Flora Willson

05, Jan, 2023 @11:31 AM

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The best art and design shows to visit in 2023
Queer Renaissance sculptor Donatello, Marina Abramović, David Hockney and a long-delayed mega-museum in Manchester – your art-design to-do list for the year ahead

Adrian Searle, Jonathan Jones and Oliver Wainwright

27, Dec, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Don’t look into the wardrobe: are Peeping Tom the world’s freakiest theatre troupe?
The Belgian dance-theatre company love to create unnerving environments – and are set to put the apocalypse on stage. They talk about their taboo-trouncing shows

Chris Wiegand

12, Dec, 2022 @8:00 AM

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