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Telegraph UK - Entertainment

William Boyd on the four great, forgotten authors of the Second World War

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Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino review: hardcore modern intellectualism with a side of memes

1 day ago

When films come dangerously close to the real world

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Overdoses, orgies, and Euphoria: why HBO's sexed-up vision of teen life is a lie

13 days ago

The dark side of Sex and the City: why Candace Bushnell's book was no New York fairy tale

13 days ago

Once Upon A Time in Hollywood's true hero: the wild, bone-breaking life of stunt legend Hal Needham

13 days ago

What's on TV tonight: The Day Mountbatten Died, Stath Lets Flats, and more

14 hours ago

Best comedy shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 27 must see-comedians including Catherine Cohen, Emmy Blotnick and Garrett Millerick

12 hours ago

Best theatre at Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 20 must see-shows including Phoenix, Like Animals, and The Shark Is Broken

16 hours ago

Brabbins makes a mighty and moving occasion of Elgar's unpopular The Kingdom, plus the rest of August's best classical concerts reviewed

14 hours ago

Jaden Smith review, Forum, Kentish Town: irrepressible energy, charisma and versatility from Will Smith Jnr

14 hours ago

The Volunteer by Jack Fairweather, review: the man who chose to enter Auschwitz

18 hours ago

The Last Whalers by Doug Bock Clark, review: a rich account of a small tribe swamped by modern technology

1 day ago

Great British Bake Off winners: where are they now?

3 hours ago

The 40 best jokes and funniest one-liners from the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe

17 hours ago

Strictly Come Dancing contestants 2019: the full confirmed line-up

12 days ago

The Crown season 3 and 4, cast and characters: including Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II

6 days ago

Film -- Read more

4 months ago

Lover, fighter, fantasy figure: was Patrick Swayze the perfect movie star?

8 hours ago

A profound study of alienation and mass violence: is America ready for Joaquin Phoenix's Joker?

12 hours ago

Never mind Who Framed Roger Rabbit – how on earth did they shoot him?

16 hours ago

Mindhunter, season 2, Netflix, review: A fascinating, remarkable show you'll want to binge in one go

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By - Ed Power

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TV -- Read more

4 months ago

Great British Bake Off goes millennial for 2019 with youngest ever line-up

3 hours ago

The Day Mountbatten Died, review: a powerful look at one of the darkest days of the Troubles

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Who Do You Think You Are? review: Katherine Ryan didn't have many interesting ancestors – but she was still a joy to watch

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Strictly's awkward divorce drama: has Neil Jones been added to the line-up at the worst possible time?

14 hours ago

Petition calls for Channel 4's Train Your Baby Like a Dog to be pulled

18 hours ago

Chris Ramsey: Approval Needed review: let's hope his cha-cha-cha is as good as his ha-ha-ha

18 hours ago

'The Thirties and today have lots in common': Cillian Murphy, Oswald Mosley, and a visit to the Peaky Blinders set

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Music -- Read more

4 months ago

Skunk Anansie review, Brixton Academy: when a crowdsurfing queen reclaimed her crown

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Ariana Grande, O2 Arena, review: a night of magic and melancholy from the most exciting young star in pop

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Books -- Read more

4 months ago

Cold Warriors by Duncan White, review: The Cold War, eraof the weapons-grade novel

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The Man Who Saw Everything by Deborah Levy, review: 'a mesmerising fever dream'

2 days ago

Theatre -- Read more

4 months ago

Red Dust Road, Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh International Festival, review: not quite the state-of-the-nation drama it could yet be

3 days ago

50 best things to see at the Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival – from art to books and ballet

4 days ago

Rose McGowan: Planet 9 review, Assembly Hall, Edinburgh Fringe: a bonkers trip to another world with the #MeToo silence breaker

4 days ago

Oedipus review, King's Theatre, Edinburgh International Festival: perfectly complex but a bit under-powered

4 days ago

Opera -- Read more

4 months ago

Eugene Onegin, Edinburgh International Festival, review: an unforgettable staging

3 days ago

Royal Opera House to go ahead with Placido Domingo performances in wake of sexual harassment allegations

4 days ago

Photography -- Read more

4 months ago

José Ortiz Echagüe's photographs demand a second look

6 days ago

How to take the perfect cat photo – according to the man who took 90,000

7 days ago

Europe revisited: how an unseen trove of photographs cast the interwar years in a new light

15 days ago

In an era of Photoshop, unfiltered images of long-dead strangers carry an indefinable magic

29 days ago

Art -- Read more

4 months ago

National Gallery to launch 'immersive Leonardo Da Vinci experience' as they unveil hidden sketch and fingerprints

5 days ago

Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, review: profoundly intimate and universally human

8 days ago

Our cultural institutions must cater for all – not just Remainers

13 days ago

National Gallery undertakes major seven year conservation project to fix cracks caused by its own experts with 'best intentions'

17 days ago

On demand -- Read more

4 months ago

Ewan McGregor has shown little but contempt for Star Wars – why would he want to play Obi-Wan Kenobi again?

3 days ago

Murder before Mindhunter: how Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer changed the way we see psychopaths

4 days ago

Lawsuits, lap dogs, and lady-killing: whatever happened to Leonardo DiCaprio's 'Pussy Posse'?

6 days ago

Comedy -- Read more

4 months ago

This Way Up, episode 2, review: This charming sadcom is growing in confidence

4 days ago

Radio -- Read more

4 months ago

Lauren Laverne: out of her depth on a Desert Island?

5 days ago

How a disgraced prime minister has put Miles Jupp back on comedy form

12 days ago

Revealing the pain under the Bros boys' stupid hats

18 days ago

Dance -- Read more

4 months ago

Don Quixote, Bolshoi, Covent Garden, review: an enjoyable soufflé that doesn't quite rise

3 days ago

Matthew Bourne's Romeo + Juliet, Sadler's Wells, review: one of Bourne's smartest, sexiest, most stirring shows ever

9 days ago

What to listen to

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