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A beautifully sung premiere was among the works in a wide-ranging programme
Posthumous pardon for Turing to be extended to all prosecuted for homosexuality
Oscar Wilde’s incarceration is at the heart of a new multi-disciplinary Artangel project
Rupert Everett is convincing as Oscar Wilde, but David Hare’s play is cartoonish
An immaculately turned-out history of the suit looks at the social benefits of formality
The anarchy never palls in the Royal Opera’s production of Gerald Barry’s opera
A man playing the part of a woman makes perfect sense in Oscar Wilde’s comedy of pretence
Al Pacino as an ageing folk-rock star will have you reaching for a hanky — if only to stifle guffaws
Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts struggle to stay hip in Noah Baumbach’s sly, funny, wise comedy of ageing
Trend followers using computer models made hay as stock pickers lost out
A director of the National Piers Society picks five piers of particular significance
Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston play ancient vampires in Jim Jarmusch’s lacklustre film
The growing market for private apartments with access to 24-hour hotel services and facilities, linked to a high-end brand
In Max Stafford-Clark’s production, Chekhov is successfully transplanted to the west of Ireland
Distrust of banking systems appears to be driving purchases, says John Dizard
How do actors tackle politicians, from Thatcher to Brown?
Rupert Everett conveys Oscar Wilde’s wit, weariness and warmth in David Hare’s play, newly transferred to the West End
Restored as a luxury hotel, the Café Royal looks to regain its place at the centre of London’s social scene
The sixth in the period series of Oscar Wilde’s criminal memoirs is light stuff but energetic
Doing your assignment very well was a way of sending out love letters to the world
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