Sameena Jabeen Ahmed in 'Catch Me Daddy'

Catch Me Daddy — film review

Brilliant cinematography turns this story into gold

Culture columns

A woman walks in front of the Academy of Athens April 9, 2014. Greece, at risk of crashing out of the euro zone just two years ago, will issue its first sovereign bond in almost four years on Thursday, seeking to send a strong political and economic signal it is on the way out of its debt crisis. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRAVEL) ©Reuters
What has taken me aback has been the level of sarcasm, condescension and outright hostility that pervades much of the discussion
Steve Carell, left, with Channing Tatum in ‘Foxcatcher’
Real life, however dramatic, rarely provides a narrative as satisfying as well-made fiction can
Lillete Dubey and Richard Gere in 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel — film review

Anglo-Indian sequel repeats the formula

'White God'

White God — film review

The dog is the star of this Cannes prize-winning film

Maika Monroe in 'It Follows'

It Follows — film review

A promising premise turns into ho-hum horror

Ralph Fiennes, centre, in 'Man and Superman'
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Man and Superman, National Theatre (Lyttelton), London — review

Ralph Fiennes’ performance isn’t enough to carry Shaw’s play

Paris Opera Ballet in ‘Le Chant de la terre’
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Le Chant de la terre, Palais Garnier, Paris — review

John Neumeier’s choreography didn’t find a way into Mahler’s music

Alexandra Wood of the City of London Sinfonia
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City of London Sinfonia: To and From Buenos Aires, Village Underground, London — review

A tango-themed concert lacked the fiery energy of its inspiration

Adam Granduciel, centre, with The War on Drugs at Brixton Academy
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The War on Drugs, Brixton Academy, London — review

The Philadelphia band created an epic, hypnotic sound

From left, Lloyd Thomas, Mark Monero, Gamba Cole and Oliver Wilson in 'Antigone'
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Antigone, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London — review

An adaptation for a young audience places the tragedy in gangland

'Beautiful — The Carole King Musical'
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Beautiful — The Carole King Musical, Aldwych Theatre, London — review

Vocal performances let down great pop songs in this bio-musical

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