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  • Lyon's festival of lights: before and after – in pictures December 11, 2018
    Lyon’s Fête des Lumières is the world’s largest visual arts festival. It takes place over four nights every December and attracts millions of visitors from all over the world. Our photographer Alicia Canter visited the city twice to see the remarkable transformationReflets by Damien Fontaine Continue reading...
    Alicia Canter with production by Joanna Ruck
  • HQ: (I Feel So Mezzaniney) review – follow the warped French maids! December 10, 2018
    Second Home, LondonDisaffection trumps dynamism in Steven Warwick and Carlos Maria Romero’s site-responsive piece staged in a co-working spaceThe minimal electro beat ramps up and a gaggle of go-go dancers swivel their hips. Dressed like warped French maids in frilly wetsuits and heels (men and women alike), they are not dancing with joy, nor offering […]
    Lyndsey Winship
  • Neil Young criticises festival sponsor Barclays over 'fossil fuel funding' December 10, 2018
    Young says choice of sponsor for his London show with Bob Dylan ‘doesn’t work for me’ and claims promoters British Summer Time ‘jumped the gun’ Neil Young has criticised the promoters of a forthcoming London show for selecting the “fossil fuel funding entity” Barclays as a sponsor. Young is scheduled to perform alongside Bob Dylan […]
    Laura Snapes
  • Testing drugs at festivals is ‘a lifesaver’, study finds December 8, 2018
    Drug-related hospital admissions down 95% after onsite testing at festival in CambridgeshireAn alarming rise in drug-related deaths at music festivals can be countered by testing illicit substances onsite, according to the first academic study of its kind, which has triggered calls for similar services to be rolled out at all major events.Testers found that one […]
    Jamie Doward
  • International documentary festival Amsterdam: diversity to the fore December 3, 2018
    As a tale of two mutts stole the show, Orwa Nyrabia’s first year at the helm of the world’s biggest docfest brought a refreshing broadening of horizonsThis year’s 31st edition of the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam, the world’s biggest showcase for the genre, was the first under its new artistic director, Orwa Nyrabia. A brilliant […]
    Charlie Phillips
  • Ancient drink of mead revived by new fanbase of younger drinkers November 29, 2018
    English Heritage among outlets serving up honey fermented ‘nectar of the gods’ in wake of craft beer boomMead, one of the world’s oldest alcoholic drinks, has been making a comeback on the back of the boom in craft beer.Sales of the honey-based drink have grown in supermarkets after winning a strong fan base among younger […]
    Rebecca Smithers
  • Sundance 2019: Ocasio-Cortez doc and Ted Bundy biopic headline festival November 28, 2018
    Next year’s lineup features a documentary centered on the political star and a drama starring Zac Efron as the serial killerDocumentaries on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Roy Cohn and Harvey Weinstein will sit alongside dramatic features starring Zac Efron, Emma Thompson and Jake Gyllenhaal at next year’s Sundance film festival. Related: The Rider is surprise winner at […]
    Benjamin Lee
  • Bob Dylan and Neil Young to headline British Summer Time festival November 27, 2018
    The songwriting legends are both slated to play on 12 July 2019 in Hyde Park, LondonBob Dylan and Neil Young are to co-headline a concert as part of the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park, London, on 12 July 2019.Dylan will be joined by his backing band, while Young will be backed by Promise […]
    Ben Beaumont-Thomas
  • Phronesis / Supersilent review – adventurous jazz turned up to 11 November 25, 2018
    Queen Elizabeth Hall, LondonUK-based piano trio Phronesis had some effervescent improv to offer, though the ferocious noise made by Norwegian trio Supersilent had already driven some audience members awayTwo creative but very different European trios shared Friday’s London jazz festival double-bill. The UK-based Phronesis are expert at balancing the nuanced intimacies of acoustic piano-trio jazz […]
    John Fordham
  • Makaya McCraven / Nubya Garcia review – magnificent sax freakouts November 25, 2018
    EartH, LondonTwo leading lights of the latest jazz revival took very different approaches in this atmospheric but difficult gig that was more for the head than the feetEvery previous “jazz revival” of the last few decades – jazz funk, acid jazz, jazz-rap, nu jazz and so on – was aimed squarely at the dancefloor, so […]
    John Lewis