Nigel Simons has now found the meaning of ' a small degree' and thus chastened is about to join the wrong end of the uk job queue. From whence he will disport himself in a state of languor while scurrilously commenting upon the hard work produced from the heated brow of others. He is still the personification of the great Ken Tynan's quote "A critic is a man who knows the way but can't drive the car" but is now looking for the keys anyway.
He gave us gifts of the mind and he gave us secret signs: now should you believe all the hype?
This magnificent production puts slavery center stage, surrounded by the magic and the music of Africa in a colonial cauldron.
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It's folk music, Jim, but not as we know it: Jim Moray delivers his finest album yet with Low Culture.
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McMurtry's searing portrait of contemporary America mixes political polemic with poignant lyrical narratives in a musical tour de force, essential listening!
The Coen brothers return with a brutal but thought provoking adaptation of McCarthy's novel that ranks with their finest work.
After 409 years, Henry V retains the power to expose all aspects of war, and the motives of its brokers.
Shakespeare's expose on how jealousy can break the strongest of men is brilliantly brought to the stage in Birmingham.
The tragic decline and descent of Britain's most talented R&B singer of the last two decades says much about the music biz.