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  • I’m a Celebrity, quaternary eviction review: Matt Hancock has concluding laugh as he outlasts Boy George

    Hancock escaping yet another eviction must be putting a serious dent in some over-inflated celebrity egos

    Boy George has been evicted from the Australian jungle



  • Upright, season two, review: Tim Minchin and Milly Alcock’s oddball road trip is irresistible

    Who cares how corny the plot is – when Minchin and Alcock are on screen together in this comedy-drama, it’due south an accented joy



  • ‘My soldiers laughed at me for making art on bout – then Queen Elizabeth hired me’

    When he became Her Majesty’southward artist in residence for the Platinum Jubilee, Transitional islamic state of afghanistan veteran Freddy Paske never thought he’d be her terminal



  • Best fiction books 2022: from To Paradise to Young Mungo

    Fiction’s big names – from Ian McEwan to Cormac McCarthy – disappointed this yr, only a bright new generation are taking their place



  • The Tudors: an ingenious, exhilarating celebration of an English dynasty (in New York)

    From portraits to tapestries to lavish luxury goods, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new exhibition is marvellous and often revelatory

Annotate and analysis



  • Wilko Johnson played every bit if his life depended on information technology – because it did

    The tardily Dr Feelgood guitarist’s cancer diagnosis reignited his love of music – and gave us one of the most uplifting stories in rock

    Wilko Johnson in 1985


  • Forget book clubs, this is how you unravel a famously unreadable novel

    Kazuo Ishiguro’s notoriously hard novel The Unconsoled is covered in The Exploding Library, while Bill Bailey stars in sitcom Hennikay

    Nobel Prize-winning British author Kazuo Ishiguro


  • Tarantino doing TV? It could change movie theater for practiced

    Movie theater’s greatest defender has announced he is making a Idiot box series. Is it the end of the big-screen era?

    Bounty Law: Leonardo DiCaprio as Rick Dalton in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


  • Don’t do information technology, Mistiness – reunions are ever terrible

    The Britpop stone ring will reunite for a one-off gig – only past experiences evidence it’s impossible to recapture a moment in time

    Blur, pictured in their prime in 1991, will return with a one-off gig

Reviews



  • A Christmas Carol: this Scrooge is a piddling too nice for his own expert

    The fine thespian Owen Teale has irascibility in spades simply lacks Ebenezer’s coldness – and mayhap the Quondam Vic just needs a new festive bear witness

    Owen Teale as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic



  • There’s nothing wooden about Del Toro’southward lushly gorgeous Pinocchio

    Forget Disney’s dead-eyed remake – Tilda Swinton and Ewan McGregor excel in this luminous terminate-motion version of Collodi’south tale

    Pinocchio (voiced by Gregory Mann) and Volpe (voiced by Christoph Waltz)



  • Bones and All, review: a Gen Z cannibal romance? Delicious!

    Timothée Chalamet is a charismatic – and hungry – drifter in Luca Guadagnino’south newest, which pushes the gory limit of ‘countercultural’

    Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet in Bones and All



  • Redcar Les Adorables Etoiles: similar a musical and theatrical revolution in a community arts eye

    A new iteration of Christine and the Queens’ Héloise Letissier, Redcar fronted a one-off prove high on drama and depression on product values

    Héloise Letissier, aka Redcar, at the Royal Festival Hall



  • ¡Showmanism!: a strange, beautiful written report of the desperation and ecstasy of performance

    Performer Dickie Boyfriend stars (sometimes in his underpants) in this startling, genre-smashing solo show at the Theatre Royal, Bath

    Dickie Beau in iShowmanism! at the Theatre Royal Bath



  • A fittingly sublime musical feast for St Cecilia at Wigmore Hall, plus the best of Nov’s classical and jazz concerts

    Stunningly performed, Tuesday nighttime’south concert from the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra felt similar a symbolic human activity of reconnection to music

    The Freiburg Baroque Orchestra at the Wigmore Hall

Behind the music

Rock’south untold stories, from band-splitting feuds to the greatest performances of all time

Tonight’due south TV



  • What’s on TV tonight: Into Dinosaur Valley with Dan Snow, the Andor finale and more

    Your complete guide to the week’s television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms

Screen Secrets

A regular series telling the stories backside motion-picture show and TV’s greatest hits – and nigh fascinating flops



  • The 20 best poetry books of 2022 to buy for Christmas

    This year’south all-time poetry collections were filled with wild fantasies – from Greek myths and robot birds to a book narrated by an eyeball

    Poetry reviews, the best new UK poetry books and collections of 2022



  • Best travel books to purchase for Christmas 2022

    From the footpaths of Scotland to the refugee trails of Mexico, travel books this year provide nutrient for thought – and a prod out the door

    Unmoored: writers reflected on the value of casting off from home



  • Big ideas: 2022’s best new smart thinking, psychology and folklore books

    From Frans de Waal’due south Different to Lucy Cooke’south Bowwow, 2022’s brainiest non-fiction used zoology to re-examine what information technology means to be human

    Frans de Waal’s book Different suggests that Chimpanzees explore fluid gender roles



  • The best music books of 2022, from Bob Dylan to Nick Cave

    From Bono’southward heartfelt riffs to Jarvis Cocker’s bin numberless, music books went maverick this year

    My way: Bob Dylan released the engimatic essay collection The Philosophy of Modern Song this year



  • £20 million for a T-Rex? Why dinosaurs are devouring the fine art market

    Rare dinosaur skeletons are at present fetching eye-watering sums from ‘macho’ young private collectors at fine art auctions. Blame Jurassic Park

    Tyrannosaurus Rex 'Stan' on display at Christie's in 2020



  • ‘My soldiers laughed at me for making art on bout – and so Queen Elizabeth hired me’

    When he became Her Majesty’s creative person in residence for the Platinum Jubilee, Afghanistan veteran Freddy Paske never thought he’d be her last

    Freddy Paske in his studio in Oxfordshire, where he lives with his pregnant wife



  • The Tudors: an ingenious, exhilarating celebration of an English dynasty (in New York)

    From portraits to tapestries to lavish luxury appurtenances, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new exhibition is marvellous and often revelatory

    The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England, at the The Met, New York



  • No, nosotros don’t like to be beside the seaside – and these dark British artworks show u.s. why

    In her new book Looking to Bounding main, Lily le Brun asks what 20th- and 21st-century British artists reveal virtually our obsession with the sea

    Book review Looking to Sea by Lily Le Brun

In depth

More than stories



  • A Christmas Carol: this Scrooge is a little likewise overnice for his own good

    The fine actor Owen Teale has irascibility in spades but lacks Ebenezer’south coldness – and maybe the Erstwhile Vic just needs a new festive evidence

    Owen Teale as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic



  • Nothing happens in Adrian Dunbar’southward Irish travelogue – and that’s just perfect

    The Line of Duty actor showed us around his homeland, visiting mates at the pub and generally pootling about

    Actor Adrian Dunbar heads home to Ireland



  • There’s nothing wooden most Del Toro’s lushly gorgeous Pinocchio

    Forget Disney’south dead-eyed remake – Tilda Swinton and Ewan McGregor excel in this luminous terminate-motion version of Collodi’s tale

    Pinocchio (voiced by Gregory Mann) and Volpe (voiced by Christoph Waltz)



  • Bones and All, review: a Gen Z carnivorous romance? Delicious!

    Timothée Chalamet is a charismatic – and hungry – drifter in Luca Guadagnino’s newest, which pushes the gory limit of ‘countercultural’

    Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet in Bones and All



  • Wilko Johnson played as if his life depended on it – because it did

    The belatedly Dr Feelgood guitarist’south cancer diagnosis reignited his dear of music – and gave us 1 of the most uplifting stories in rock

    Wilko Johnson in 1985


  • Redcar Les Adorables Etoiles: like a musical and theatrical revolution in a community arts centre

    A new iteration of Christine and the Queens’ Héloise Letissier, Redcar fronted a i-off show high on drama and low on production values

    Héloise Letissier, aka Redcar, at the Royal Festival Hall



  • ¡Showmanism!: a strange, beautiful written report of the desperation and ecstasy of performance

    Performer Dickie Swain stars (sometimes in his underpants) in this startling, genre-smashing solo prove at the Theatre Royal, Bath

    Dickie Beau in iShowmanism! at the Theatre Royal Bath



  • Andor, finale review: Star Wars’ return to 1970s gloom is a triumph

    There no lightsabers and no Jedis, simply Disney’s back-to-basics prequel captures the essence of George Lucas’s original trilogy

    Diego Luna as Cassian Andor

Source: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/