BalletBoyz founders Michael Nunn and William Trevitt
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From men to BalletBoyz

The duo behind the all-male dance company talk about defying preconceptions and their unusual collaborative approach

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Peter Aspden
The Esquire issue with a cover of Sonny Liston in a Santa Claus hat is the best piece of Christmas journalism ever
Graceland Exhibition Opens With Elvis At The O2...LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 11: A Jump Suit which was worn by Elvis Presley is displayed during a press call at the 'Elvis at the O2, The Exhibition of His Life' on December 11, 2014 in London, England. The exhibition is the largest ever retrospective ever to take place in Europe, and features over 300 artefacts from the Presley family's Graceland Archives. The show runs at the O2 Arena from 12 December to 31 August, 2015. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) ©Getty
‘Elvis at the O2’ features a curious mixture of the banal and the resplendent, and is none the worse for that

‘Post Pop: East Meets West’ at Saatchi Gallery

Fifty years on, pop art’s appeal endures, but what does it really have to say?

José Selgas and Lucía Cano

The husband-and-wife architectural team, SelgasCano

Chosen to design London’s Serpentine Pavilion for 2015, the Spanish couple have ‘built big and built lots’

Ian McDiarmid

The Merchant of Venice, Almeida, London — review

Strong support comes from Scott Handy’s earnest Antonio, Anthony Welsh’s gangsta Gratiano and Finlay Robertson’s preppy Lorenzo

Exodus: Gods and Kings

Exodus Gods and Kings — film review

Christian Bale stars as Moses in Ridley Scott’s Biblical epic

Big Eyes

Big Eyes — film review

Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz star in Tim Burton’s true-life tale of an artist and her svengali

Unbroken

Unbroken — film review

Angelina Jolie tells the story of a US Olympian who fell into enemy hands

'La Naïade et Le Pêcheur' by Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
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The Trocks, Joyce Theater, New York

The troupe parody all ballet’s tropes — and dance beautifully too

Paul Lewis
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Paul Lewis and friends, Wigmore Hall, London

The British pianist perfomed works from ‘old Vienna’

‘The Shoemaker’s Holiday’ with, from left, Joel McCormack, David Troughton and Michael Hodgson
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The Shoemaker’s Holiday, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK — review

A patchy revival of Thomas Dekker’s 1599 comedy

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