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  • Drift Away review – fatal error leaves cop all at sea March 2, 2021
    Xavier Beauvois’s tenderly drawn film sees a French policeman abandon all his certainties after a tragic misjudgment Xavier Beauvois is the actor-turned-director whose Of Gods and Men in 2010 is one of the great French movies of the 21st century; he also has the honour of a cameo, as himself, in the final series of […]
    Peter Bradshaw
  • Ted K review – queasy inner life of the monkish, unhappy Unabomber March 1, 2021
    Sharlto Copley excels behind a straggly beard in this portrait of the serial terror-bomber, on a mission against modern technologyTony Stone’s Ted K is an eerily plausible and unsettlingly mesmeric realisation of the inner world of Ted Kaczynski: that is, the private life of the “Unabomber”, America’s most notorious domestic terrorist who, working largely from […]
    Peter Bradshaw
  • 'Sacrificing the communal thrill': film festivals adapt to a virtual age March 1, 2021
    The global pandemic has had a huge impact on film festivals worldwide. But are there reasons to be optimistic?In any other year, the first night of the Berlin film festival would see crowds packing into the Berlinale Palast, the giant cinema off the Potsdamer Platz that acts as the festival’s main hub. But like every […]
    Andrew Pulver
  • Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online February 28, 2021
    From live streams of new plays to classics from the archive, here are some of the top shows online now or coming soon – this page is updated regularlyChoose your own musical theatre lineup with this neat concept by the Barn theatre’s Ryan Carter, allowing the viewer to curate a concert from a selection of […]
    Chris Wiegand Stage editor
  • Streaming: enjoy a feast of new films at Glasgow film festival 2021 February 27, 2021
    This year’s virtual edition of an often overlooked festival is streaming an exceptional lineup of acclaimed movies yet to be seen in the UKWhile cinemas and their release calendars continue to hover uncertainly in the pandemic confusion, film festivals are adapting impressively to the home-viewing model. On the heels of Sundance’s successful virtual edition, the […]
    Guy Lodge
  • Uncanny alley: grocery store made out of plastic trash debuts in Adelaide’s Rundle Mall February 26, 2021
    The Adelaide festival embraces the plastic fantastic with a grocery store with a differenceAt a first glance, Robin Frohardt’s New York installation appears to be more of a celebration than an excoriation of the pernicious plastic bag.From a distance, the cheerfully lit grocery store entices pedestrians in Adelaide’s Rundle Mall with a lurid cornucopia of […]
    Kelly Burke
  • Pride festivals in Manchester and London to go ahead February 26, 2021
    Organisers say vaccine rollout and lockdown easing mean celebrations will take place in some formCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePride festivals in Manchester and London will go ahead this year, organisers have confirmed, with Manchester Pride being an in-person event as long as the UK government’s roadmap out of lockdown for England remains […]
    Robyn Vinter
  • Festivals selling out after map to end England's lockdown announced February 26, 2021
    Wary organisers call for government cancellation insurance as ticket sales soarCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFestival organisers are enjoying record ticket sales after the government’s announcement of its roadmap out of lockdown in England, as punters prepare to “make up for lost time” despite uncertainty over what state support exists if last-minute cancellations […]
    Sarah Marsh
  • Purim in Covid times – in pictures February 26, 2021
    Israel has set a curfew to limit festivities for the Jewish holiday when revellers don costumes and party into the night. Similarly muted celebrations have taken place around the world Continue reading...
  • Reading and Leeds festival set to go ahead this year in boost for live music February 24, 2021
    Organisers say young people are desperate for freedom – but admit they haven’t yet been able to get insuranceYoung people are “desperate to be released” from the tyranny of parents and Zoom, said the organisers of Reading and Leeds festival as they confirmed the event would go ahead this year.Festival Republic, organisers of the two-city […]
    Alexandra Topping