Hieronymus Bosch, The Ship of Fools, ca. 1500-10
©Musée du Louvre, Paris

Hieronymus Bosch: a retrospective

Jackie Wullschlager on a show that brings together some of the world’s great human masterpieces

The Life of a Song

'War' vinyl record
The tune originated in a 1963 speech by the Ethiopian emperor that Bob Marley set to music with a reggae vamp
'Good Times' vinyl record
Chic’s last-gasp salute to disco was inspired by the Great Depression and the Harlem Renaissance

A ‘long overdue’ debut for Sarah Kane

The playwright’s fearless work is finally set to make its debut at the National Theatre

Jennifer Mudge (as Stephanie) and Matthew Perry (as Jack)
©Helen Maybanks

The End of Longing, Playhouse Theatre, London

At root, the only message is ‘people can change’

From the ‘Stadtbilder’ series (1978-1983) by Ulrich Wüst
©Ulrich Wüst

A light on history: modern Berlin photography

A series of new shows makes skilful juxtapositions between the work of experienced and emerging photographers

Robbie Thomson’s 2014 work ‘XFRMR (Transformer)’ at Sonica
©Tommy Ga-Ken Wan

Sonica: image and sound in perfect harmony

The biennial Glasgow-based arts event promotes work combining visual art, music and performance

A Soviet poster from 1932, part of Yevgeniy Fiks’s ‘Wayland Rudd’ archive
©Yevgeniy Fiks

The cultural relationship between Africa and the USSR

Ambitious art collaborations documented in an exhibit at the Calvert 22 gallery

Actress/Darren Cunningham
©Tom D Morgan

Actress/London Contemporary Orchestra: Momentum, Barbican Centre, London

An attempt to fuse electronic and orchestral music that succeeded

Martin McCann in 'The Survivalist'

The Survivalist — film review: ‘Darkly enthralling’

Suspense abounds in this tale of a world without fossil fuels

Matthias Schoenaerts and Tilda Swinton in 'A Bigger Splash'

A Bigger Splash — film review: ‘High-toned hokum’

Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes star in this tiresome thriller

Bella Heathcote in 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies'

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies — film review: ‘The title is the funniest thing’

A Jane Austen adaptation that stretches the joke too far

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