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  • Fran Lebowitz: 'You do not know anyone as stupid as Donald Trump' March 19, 2018
    She loves to talk, hates to fly and wants to make it clear she takes no responsibility for the state of US politicsBe grateful you didn’t sit next to Fran Lebowitz on the plane from New York to Melbourne. The trip was the longest flight she had taken, and therefore the longest time she managed […]
    Brigid Delaney
  • Man arrested after bomb threat shuts down SXSW concert March 19, 2018
    Concert by the Roots cancelled after threat, which comes amid spate of bomb attacks in Austin that have killed two peopleA man has been arrested on suspicion of emailing a bomb threat to the Fair Market concert venue in Austin, Texas, during the South by Southwest festival, according to reports.Trevor Weldon Ingram, 26, was charged […]
    Ben Beaumont-Thomas
  • May I have a word about… curating | Jonathan Bouquet March 18, 2018
    Is there really an equivalence between running the Ashmolean and putting on a series of gigs featuring Nine Inch Nails and the Libertines?It is one of those commonly held opinions that language is constantly evolving and that we shouldn’t therefore be too preoccupied with long-held definitions.But when it was announced that Robert Smith of the […]
    Jonathan Bouquet
  • Liverpool Biennial 2018 lineup takes global view in the age of Brexit March 16, 2018
    Eurocentrism is out. This year’s art festival brings together indigenous artists from Canada and Australia, an Algerian healing garden and a British debut for veteran film-maker Agnès VardaThe Liverpool Biennial, the UK’s largest contemporary art event, has announced the lineup for this year’s special edition. To mark its 20th year the festival, which takes place […]
    Dale Berning Sawa
  • Paradox review – Neil Young croons through Daryl Hannah's rambling western March 16, 2018
    Hannah directs the rocker in a dreamy fantasy for Netflix about futuristic outlaws on the hunt for old technologyTrading the spotlight for the director’s chair, Daryl Hannah teams up with her partner, musician Neil Young, to helm a fantasy western musical. Made between Young’s tour stops, Paradox is a chance for Hannah to experiment with […]
    Monica Castillo
  • Youth takes centre stage at Edinburgh international festival March 14, 2018
    Celebration of young people and end of first world war are key themes of this year’s eventThe Edinburgh international festival is to celebrate the virtuosity of youth and mark the harrowing loss of teenage lives in the trenches, a century after the first world war ended.This August’s festival will bridge the century by opening with […]
    Severin Carrell Scotland editor
  • Film depictions of sexual violence are increasingly alarming. It has to stop March 14, 2018
    From mainstream thrillers such as Jennifer Lawrence’s Red Sparrow to art films such as Human, Space, Time and Human, rape has become a repellent, exploitative deviceIn the just-released thriller Red Sparrow, Jennifer Lawrence plays Dominika Egorova, a young Russian woman sent to train at an elite spy school. There, she is taught to identify the […]
    Elena Lazic
  • Womadelaide 2018: all singing, all dancing festival of joy March 13, 2018
    Crowds delight in extraordinary range of talent, colour and atmosphere in botanic gardens • Highlights from the festival – in pictures • Dustyesky review – Russian folk songs and accent comedy“We’re here to make you dance,” declared Bixiga, the big, brassy Hawaiian shirt-clad opening act who revved up the Womadelaide crowd on Friday with a […]
    Janine Israel
  • C2C festival review – side-eye and satin suits in biggest country celebration yet March 12, 2018
    O2 Arena, LondonThe millennials who are reshaping country music dominated the lineup of the three-day fest, but Emmylou Harris and others kept tradition alive The stetsons start at the tube station, crowning the heads of perhaps half the punters making their way to the opening night of Country to Country 2018. Launched in 2013, the […]
    Caroline Sullivan
  • ChillOut festival celebrates queer country pride – in pictures March 12, 2018
    Starting in 1997, the ChillOut festival has grown to become Australia’s largest queer country pride festival. This year the festival, which was hosted in the small town of Daylesford, Victoria, attracted more than 25,000 people. Events at the festival included the out and proud disco, rainbow storytime and the festival centrepiece, the ChillOut festival pride […]