"Kristine changed her son’s life. Perhaps she changed his brain – or at least allowed it to evolve in the way it was meant to"
"Brand Lana is all about the fine line between glamour and gaucheness in American pop culture"
"A jaw-dropping piece of stage design throws the show - and a rhetorical window - wide open"
"The Choir of King’s College Cambridge sample some of the best interpretations of Mozart’s original sketches"
"This production revels in the story's potential for slapstick and wit – while providing glorious sets and a fabulous chorus"
Author Gordon Ferris picks five essential reads: "Be warned: read this book and be prepared to read the next 19!"
Jane Graham takes aim at CBBC's lack of edge, compared to Nickelodeon's "brilliantly stoopid characters"
"The hero is Nino, a Renaissance Jamie Oliver whose gift - a brilliant sense of taste - is also a curse"
"Savages' Jehnny Beth is a force of nature, with a soaring, yelping voice that would silence a jungle"
"The Look of Love is a funny, poignant study of Raymond, but also a time-capsule evocation of 1970s Soho"
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