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Purcell’s work was reduced to broad-brush Brexit politicising
Pre-medieval Britain is a plague of cockney banter in Guy Ritchie’s film
Will an imposing new statue bring a new generation of Arthurians to Cornwall — or is it crass commercialism gone too far?
An English road trip should be leisurely, and there is no better travelling companion than the A361
Birtwistle’s score was strongly performed but a Joseph Beuys-inspired staging failed to come to life
The special effects are so dazzling it may come as a surprise to learn that many of the film’s bucolic landscapes are real
Simon Armitage’s ‘The Death of King Arthur’ is an adaptation of the poem ‘Alliterative Morte Arthure