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Childish Gambino, O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire - music review

In the rap world you're best advised to keep it real, so where does that leave the comic actor? Donald Glover, a former writer for the sitcom 30 Rock who's most familiar as Troy in the US college comedy Community, doesn't seem to want to be the next Will

David Bailey's Stardust: in pictures

Take a look at the highlights from David Bailey's new retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery, featuring portraits of Kate Moss, Mick Jagger and Jack Nicholson

Martin Creed: What's the point of it? - review

Hayward Gallery, London Martin Creed's whimsical art treads the fine line between simple and smart with aplomb. Just don't bother trying to make sense of it

TateShots: Margaret Harrison

Feminist artist Margaret Harrison is interviewed in her studio for this TateShots video.

Martin Creed interview: 'Art is anything used as art by people'

The Turner prize winner reflects on the point of a piece of A4 paper and broccoli on the eve of his Hayward retrospective I meet Martin Creed more than a week before his retrospective What's the point of it? opens at the Hayward . The gallery is full of

Paula Rego by Nicola Jennings

Painter Nicola Jennings

I Break Horses, Village Underground - music review

Maria Linden, dainty frontwoman of these Swedish shoegazers, has never broken a horse. Instead of injuring equines she's turned her talents to creating two critically acclaimed albums, the second of which, Chiaroscuro, was released on Monday.

King Lear, past and present - in pictures

As Simon Russell Beale takes one of the most demanding roles in theatre at the National, revisit the key portrayals on stage and screen

Comic exhibition to inspire 'generation of naughtiness'

British Library launches largest exhibition of comics in UK, in hope of inspiring children to be "naughty"

British Library comic exhibition to inspire 'new generation of naughtiness'

British Library launches largest exhibition of comics in UK, in hope of inspiring children to be "naughty"