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The Anthologist launches a new summer menu

The Anthologist launches a new summer menu

As we came to review the launch of The Anthologist’s new summer menu, something rather amusing struck us. In a cavernous room full of diners and drinkers, not a single one was wearing anything other than a shirt or a cocktail dress. [read more]

Still Current at Sadler’s Wells | Dance review

Still Current at Sadler’s Wells
DANCE REVIEW

Still Current is Russell Maliphant’s startling display of the beauty and power of the human form. An hour and a half of solos, duos and trios at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, the show is a rare demonstration of harmony between score, sound [read more]

Adriana Varejão: Carnivorous at the Victoria Miro Gallery | Exhibition review

Adriana Varejão: Carnivorous at the Victoria Miro Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Born in 1964, prestigious Brazilian artist Adriana Varejão has had solo exhibitions in Arte da Pampulha, Belo Horizonte (2008), Hara Museum, Tokyo (2007), Fondation Cariter Pour L’Art Contemporain, Paris (2005) and Centro Cultural [read more]

Arto Linsday at Rough Trade East | Live review

Arto Linsday at Rough Trade East
LIVE REVIEW

Rough Trade East is a metaphor for the whole of Shoreditch: freshly ground coffee at extortionate prices, quirky CDs stacked alongside old favourites – some signed, some not – and boasting a minimalist, wooden stage to host concerts [read more]

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Thoughts from Andy Serkis and a glimpse at the movie

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Thoughts from Andy Serkis and a glimpse at the movie

A decade on from the defiant ape rebellion of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Caesar, Andy Serkis’s genetically evolved super-chimp, leads a growing nation of primates as they embark on their own path toward civilization after a deadly [read more]

Lorde at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

Lorde at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

Lorde drops the sophistication of her debut record in favour of a visceral, possessed attitude, driven by the groove of her own music. “It fucking feels good to be back,” she tells her crowd of 2,000, whose age range spans five [read more]

Kasabian – 48:13 | Album review

Kasabian – 48:13
ALBUM REVIEW

Disappointing, insipid and tedious are words that could never be used to describe Kasabian’s musical work. They have proven time and time again to be proficient in bringing nations to their metaphorical knees with their innate [read more]

Parquet Courts – Sunbathing Animal | Album review

Parquet Courts – Sunbathing Animal
ALBUM REVIEW

Sunbathing Animal, the latest album by Brooklyn beatniks Parquet Courts, is 13 tracks of angsty poetry, bawled over a steady rock rhythm and jangling guitars. After releasing their first album on cassette, 2013s breakthrough album, Light [read more]

James – La Petite Mort | Album review

James – La Petite Mort
ALBUM REVIEW

Despite James not currently being the most established group in the mainstream, they possess a quality that many other rock-orientated bands fail to acquire: an indisputably distinct sound. In a society where bands have the potential to [read more]

Of Horses and Men | Movie review

Of Horses and Men
MOVIE REVIEW

Of Horses and Men posits that man and beast are closer than they realise: in a series of bizarre vignettes it sets out to prove as much. The film is a series of near-silent sketches about people and their relationships with their horses, [read more]

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