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Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire make a fine double act in this Stoppard revival
Tom Stoppard’s clever, poignant play comes to the Apollo Theatre
A perfect Stoppardian mix of the intellectually heavy and the soufflé-light.
Christopher Grace filmed with artists and sculptors in studios caught in the crossfire of the revolution
Tom Stoppard’s spy thriller is engaging but dramatically frustrating
Valérie Belin is the winner of the sixth Prix Pictet, on the theme of ‘Disorder’. Here novelist Kamila Shamsie explores the concept
A sensitively directed version relates the classical tale through the experience of Medea’s sons
FT Weekend Magazine’s deputy editor on the discerning nature of burglars, Britain’s bureaucracy and spotting Tom Stoppard watching his own play
Tom Stoppard’s new play ventures into the high mountains of human thought
Tom Stoppard tied the knot in periwinkle, Prince George made royal progress in pastels and we swooned for a suave young French minister . . .
Romola Garai stars in Tom Stoppard’s play, which seesaws between 1930s India and the present day
Lee Hall’s adaptation of the 1998 film is a touching comedy and a love letter to theatre
‘The audience may look like they are having a good time but inwardly a proportion of them are seething’
The American author of ‘Open City’ visits London, where he checks into an art installation in the form of a one-room hotel in the shape of a boat ..
The experiences of a minor character are the focus of a new play at the Royal Shakespeare Company
The South Bank Sky Arts Awards were a telling snapshot of today’s ‘culture of the nation’