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  • John Waters: why the auteur of outrage won't joke about the Manson murders November 8, 2018
    The film-maker who built a career on bad taste makes fun of gay political correctness – but one subject remains off-limitsThe pope of trash, the prince of puke, the ayatollah of crud – in his 50-year career, film director John Waters has accrued an enviable array of hideous honorifics, all worn with pride. He is […]
    Ben Walters
  • Nudes, maids and the Eiffel Tower: classic French photography – in pictures November 8, 2018
    The French humanist movement of the 1930s changed photography for good. A new exhibition at Paris Photo showcases the greats, including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Willy Ronis, and Martine Franck Continue reading...
  • Lewes bonfire night parade – in pictures November 5, 2018
    Thousands of people attend the annual parade through the narrow streets of the East Sussex town, culminating in the burning of effigies of Boris Johnson and Theresa May Continue reading...
    Arnel Hecimovic
  • From music gigs to ginger tonic: refugees celebrate success against the odds November 5, 2018
    New arrivals often find themselves shut out of employment opportunities but dedicated business support groups aim to turn that aroundWhen Yarrie Bangura was researching how to build her grassroots ginger tonic business, she turned to an online search engine. “Black business women,” she typed; “brown-skinned women doing business.”Bangura, a refugee from war-torn Sierra Leone who […]
    Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore
  • Stephen Fry pronounces the death of classical liberalism: ‘We are irrelevant and outdated bystanders’ November 5, 2018
    He wasn’t the only one, as the Festival of Dangerous Ideas contemplated rapid changes in contemporary politicsPolitics is so toxic right now, why not just opt out completely? When Stephen Fry proposed this approach to Sydney’s packed Town Hall on Saturday night, he was greeted with a wave of sympathy.“A grand canyon has opened up […]
    Stephanie Convery
  • Bollywood's #MeToo reckoning: 'We thought it would take 20 more years' November 2, 2018
    India’s leading film festival struck several controversial films from its lineup to make room for female-directed features and address a mood of change. But will it halt harassment on set?Introducing the recent series opener of India’s top-rated talk show, Koffee With Karan, the director-producer-personality Karan Johar championed Bollywood’s new-found “girl power”: 12 months of successes […]
    Mike McCahill
  • Snap up a masterpiece! Our brilliant bumper guide to gaming the arts November 1, 2018
    Free tickets! Lunchtime thrills! Killer deals! Culture on the cheap needn’t mean a seat in the stratosphere. Find out how in our UK guide to arts on a budgetOne of the founding myths about culture is that it’s inaccessible: barely a month goes by without a news story about opera being too exclusive or theatre-lovers […]
    Andrew Dickson
  • From MeToo to deforestation: Indonesian writers on their country's biggest challenges October 30, 2018
    Ubud’s annual writers festival attracts global speakers but it also gives Indonesian thinkers access to a worldwide audienceThe 15th Ubud Writers and Readers festival wrapped up on Sunday, after five days of panels featuring more than 150 speakers. Established by Ubud businesswoman and writer Janet DeNeefe to invigorate the economy after the devastating Bali bombings, […]
    Brigid Delaney
  • Shock of the old: how Wexford opera festival dares to be different October 30, 2018
    The Irish festival specialises in reviving neglected rarities – and proves that the road less travelled is well worth takingAlways do something different. Richard Wagner’s famous advice to his admirers should be the motto of Wexford Festival Opera. Different is what Wexford does, year after year – sometimes in the face of daunting financial, artistic […]
    Martin Kettle
  • My childhood home in Ipswich is now a verruca clinic. This seems fitting | Suzanne Moore October 30, 2018
    All I ever wanted to do was leave my hometown. A recent trip started to change my mind about it – until I visited my old houseIt is a long time since I went to the place where I was born. I have avoided it since my mother died. Maybe if you had grown up […]
    Suzanne Moore