PJ Harvey performs at Glastonbury

Glastonbury Festival, Somerset — final day

A sombre set from PJ Harvey helped round off this year’s gathering

The Life of a Song

Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin, the Shirelles’ hit captured the bittersweetness of being a sexually liberated woman
Glen Campbell in 1967 ©Getty
The subtle, mournful ballad is one of the most-covered songs of the 20th century
'Macbeth' at Shakespeare's Globe. Photo: Marc Brenner
©Marc Brenner

Macbeth, Shakespeare’s Globe, London — ‘Patchy’

A fascinating but uneven production

Daphne Oram

Daphne Oram’s Still Point: ‘A forgotten future’

Groundbreaking music brought enthrallingly back to life


LA Dance Project, London: ‘Often felicitous’

A new piece by Benjamin Millepied helped lift the programme

The Hogboon, Barbican: ‘Skilful but worthy’

Peter Maxwell Davies’ last major work is a community opera

The Set Up: Kapila Venu, New York — review

The Indian dance-maker refracted her art through a western performer

Glastonbury Festival: ‘No Glexit from reality’

Defeat, defiance and reasons to be cheerful amid mud and uncertainty

David Hockney in his Studio, Los Angeles March 1st 2016 © David Hockney Photo Credit: Jean-Pierre Goncalves de Lima
©Jean-Pierre Gonçalves de Lima

An interview with David Hockney

His new portraits began as a response to personal tragedy, the artist tells Jackie Wullschlager

©Top Foto/Associated Press

Bolshoi Ballet: the first Soviet invasion

Clement Crisp remembers the drama that surrounded the Bolshoi’s first visit to the west 60 years ago

Utzon’s model of the Sydney Opera House roof as segments of a sphere

Nuts and bolts of mad dreams

Ove Arup became the enabler, making architects’ ideas and schemes a reality