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Made in Dagenham review the feast of the show is visual rather than aural

Gemma Arterton effortlessly leads the way in a joyful, garish musical rejig of the hit film.

Colin Matthews: No Mans Land CD review a coherent, poignant work

Ian Bostridge, Roderick Williams, Hallé Orchestra, Hallé Choir, Hallé Youth Choir/Collon (Hallé) Continue reading...

From Andy Warhol to Nico and beyond: Billy Names Factory photographs

In 1964, Andy Warhols dingy New York studio was transformed when Billy Name, a lighting designer who became the artists live-in lover, covered the whole interior in silver foil. His photographs capture the Factory through its most darkly glamorous yearsMa

Röyksopp: The Inevitable End review poignant and brooding electronica

(Dog Triumph)Röyksopps fifth LP, as its title suggests, will be their last at least in a traditional album format, they say. Closely following Do It Again, their collaborative EP with Robyn, their latest offering includes a reworking of the already exc

The Edge of the World review a radical perspective on the modern world

Michael Pyes argument that the North Sea, not the Roman Empire, has been at the heart of Europes greatest recent advances is persuasive and eloquentIn a recent survey of our favourite dishes, pizza, lasagne and spaghetti all made it into the top 10. The G

Transmitting Andy Warhol review a show of real pep, pace and force

Tate Liverpool does Warhol proud by focusing on the fine distinctions between the multiple versions of his art for all.

Azealia Banks: Broke With Expensive Taste review Azealia delivers at long last

(Banks and Prospect Park)Three years after her breakout hit 212, Azealia Banks has finally released her debut album. Its a contender for album of the year. Banks immerses herself in 90s nostalgia, spitting darkly and sharply over tracks full of elements o

John; Torobaka review

Lloyd Newson's tale of a man seeking love in a gay sauna is bleak but compassionate. And Akram Khan and Israel Galván square up with kathak and flamenco.

John; Torobaka review

Lloyd Newson's tale of a man seeking love in a gay sauna is bleak but compassionate. And Akram Khan and Israel Galván square up with kathak and flamenco.

Hookworms: The Hum review feverish space rock

(Weird World)A Leeds-based band whose members hide behind their initials, Hookworms are five former punk aficionados who have transferred their loyalties to feverish space rock. Their past is still apparent on The Hum, their second album, whose opener, Th