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Howard Brenton, an atheist and a socialist, tells why his most recent plays have focused on religion and a sympathetic study of a Conservative PM
In David Hare’s 1998 play, Rupert Everett is well cast in the role of an Oscar Wilde who is a blend of his own time and ours
This pitch-perfect Rattigan-Hare double bill explores society’s power games through the prism of school
Culture provides havens from the material world and attempts to explain to us that world. Can it offer more?
What is the meaning of life? Why are we here? What is this all about? The meaning of life is that we live it. We are here because we are here
Actor Bill Nighy opens up about insomnia, taxes and undermining himself, then comes back the next day to do it all over again...
Teenager Alex Lawther makes a tremendous professional début as Blakemore
Much about the Edinburgh International Film Festival has changed, and not all of it for the better