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  • The 16 best games of E3 2019 June 19, 2019
    After a full week of glitzy announcements and hundreds of game teasers, the Guardian’s E3 correspondents pick their best of the show Continue reading...
    Alex Hern, Keith Stuart and Keza MacDonald
  • Inflatable penises, latex pigs and a Justin Bieber shrine: Dark Mofo's wildest rides June 19, 2019
    Winter arts festival presents myriad experiences and events to soothe and stimulatePaul Yore’s It’s All Wrong But It’s Alright is billed simply as “a technicolour chapel in which to worship Dolly Parton and Justin Bieber, and other icons of love, sex and excess”. Which is burying the lede. Related: Melbourne artist accused of child pornography […]
    Marcus Teague, Clem Bastow, Shaad D'Souza, Steph Harmon
  • Isle of Wight festival bans Jess Glynne for life after last-minute cancellation June 18, 2019
    Singer says she pulled her performance because she felt ‘incredibly weak and full of anxiety’Jess Glynne has been banned from performing at the Isle of Wight festival after cancelling her 16 June set at the last minute. Festival boss John Giddings told the Mirror that Glynne’s behaviour was “shocking” and “shows no regard for people […]
    Laura Snapes
  • 1989 revisited: when rave met revolution June 17, 2019
    Events at Manchester international festival celebrate an epochal year, including Skepta’s rave-inspired Dystopia987 Looking back at 1989, Guardian columnist John Harris remembers the spirit of the era: “Everything was changing, in a good way – the fall of the Berlin wall, the end of the Soviet bloc. It felt like a heady, celebratory time.” Membership […]
    John Still
  • Reggie Gray: 'Flexing is storytelling. Our bodies become the vocabulary' June 16, 2019
    Reggie ‘Regg Roc’ Gray and Young Identity explain how their show explores the world through a fusion of dance and spoken wordBrooklyn-based dancer Reggie “Regg Roc” Gray never imagined that a street dance style he invented during his lunchtimes at school would go on to become a global craze. Used by Madonna, Beyoncé, Jay-Z and […]
    Elizabeth Aubrey
  • Sounds like summer: the ten best niche music festivals June 15, 2019
    Festival Fomo? Fear not. The big ones are sold out, but here’s our pick of the smaller gatherings that still have ticketsEridge Park, Kent, 21-23 June Continue reading...
    Kate Hutchinson, Ammar Kalia, Tara Joshi, Jude Rogers
  • My Glastonbury makeup lineup | Sali Hughes June 15, 2019
    I could go barefaced for Glastonbury, but quite enjoy the challenge of looking presentable when at the mercy of the elementsIn a couple of weeks, I’ll be en route to Glastonbury and I’m feeling pretty smug about my streamlined beauty kit. I could go barefaced, but quite enjoy the challenge of looking presentable when at […]
    Sali Hughes
  • 'There's a resonance with today – Peterloo is still with us' June 15, 2019
    Composer Emily Howard, poet Michael Symmons Roberts and immersive theatre company ANU on MIF’s bicentennial Peterloo commemorationLook closely as you walk through the streets of Manchester and you might just see the small, red, circular plaque modestly marking Britain’s bloodiest confrontation between protesters and the authorities. If not exactly forgotten by history, then the Peterloo […]
    Catherine Love
  • Mary Anne Hobbs: 'I've been given licence to dream' June 15, 2019
    Queens of the Electronic Underground finds the DJ curating a line-up featuring Holly Herndon, Jlin and Aïsha DeviCurating a cohesive line-up with international artists can be a challenge. Sometimes, things fall into place so quickly it seems that serendipity had a hidden hand in proceedings. “These things are often very complex and require a lot […]
    John Still
  • Thank You Very Much: how Elvis tribute acts inspired a dance show June 15, 2019
    Choreographer Claire Cunningham’s new piece, which premieres at Manchester international festival, pays tribute to tribute artistsFor one weekend every year, the small town of Porthcawl in south Wales is chock full of Elvises. “Every single space you go into has got an Elvis tribute artist performing,” says choreographer Claire Cunningham. “All degrees of Elvis, from […]
    Lyndsey Winship