katekellaway

Article image
Rory Kinnear: ‘I’ve been on set during Bond stunts but usually cower in the corner’
The actor on breaking his vow never to ski again for his new stage role, a brush with death in the Namibian desert, and how he remembers his father, Roy

Kate Kellaway

28, Nov, 2021 @9:30 AM

Article image
Shoulder Tap by Maurice Riordan review – a wry look in the mirror
The Irish poet attempts a ‘selfie’ of his 60s, with frank humour and universal connection

Kate Kellaway

23, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

Article image
The Appeal writer Janice Hallett: ‘I wrote about bubble bath for 15 years’
The author of the bestselling whodunnit on co-writing a 2011 film about a pandemic, her love of suspense, and what Dickens has in common with Jackie Collins

Kate Kellaway

20, Nov, 2021 @6:00 PM

Article image
The Book of Emotions review – how does it feel?
Editor Edgar Gerrard Hughes’s volume of quizzes, ideas, tests and tricks is an amusing – and sometimes alarming – diversion

Kate Kellaway

14, Nov, 2021 @1:00 PM

Article image
The week in theatre: The Ocean at the End of the Lane; Little Scratch; Footfalls/Rockaby
The National’s striking Neil Gaiman adaptation sweeps into the West End. A day inside the mind of a traumatised woman sounds like nothing else. And Siân Phillips heads a classy Beckett double bill

Kate Kellaway

14, Nov, 2021 @10:30 AM

Article image
Ian McDiarmid: ‘As a kid, I always wanted to be the baddie’
The theatre and film actor on staging a pair of Julian Barnes stories, playing Emperor Palpatine, and finding peace in isolation

Kate Kellaway

07, Nov, 2021 @9:30 AM

Article image
Bioluminescent Baby review – ode to the insect world
Fiona Benson’s collection of poems about fireflies, mosquitoes and the like takes us into a glowing parallel universe

Kate Kellaway

26, Oct, 2021 @8:00 AM

Article image
Elizabeth Strout: ‘I’ve thought about death every day since I was 10'
As her latest book, Oh William!, is published, the novelist discusses childhood, loneliness – and perseverance

Kate Kellaway

17, Oct, 2021 @8:00 AM

Article image
Gen Z on how to save the world: young climate activists speak out
Ahead of Cop26, we ask courageous young activists around the world working to combat the climate crisis

17, Oct, 2021 @6:00 AM

Article image
The Sun Is Open by Gail McConnell; Cheryl’s Destinies by Stephen Sexton – review
Keen wit and literary grit infuse the work of two Belfast writers who both show how poetry can transcend the everyday

Kate Kellaway

28, Sep, 2021 @8:00 AM

Article image
The week in theatre: Is God Is; Camp Siegfried; Search Party
Aleshea Harris sets the Royal Court alight with her blazing family drama

Kate Kellaway

26, Sep, 2021 @9:30 AM

Article image
The week in theatre: Indecent; NW Trilogy; East Is East – review
Cultural identity unites a Jewish writer’s shockingly radical play, diverse tales from Kilburn and Ayub Khan Din’s 1996 classic

Kate Kellaway

19, Sep, 2021 @9:30 AM

1 / 102 pages