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THE OFFICE BOOK CLUB

"The Luminaries" has been appearing on one colleague's desk after another. Lucy Farmer reports read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsbookseleanor cattonLucy Farmerman booker prizeTalks

PETER BROOK'S MAGIC TOUCH

The Visual CV: his pioneering career has now spanned 65 years. Irving Wardle picks the best productions by England’s greatest director read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsIrving WardleMarch/April 2014theatrevisual cv

GLASGOW'S PALACE OF DREAMS

Authors on Museums: the novelist Andrew O'Hagan spent long hours at Kelvingrove, Glasgow as a teenage truant. Its treasures taught him things that school never could read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT andrew o'haganArtsauthors on museumskelvingroveMarch/April 2014Scotland

LUKAS MOODYSSON CHOOSES LIFE

Short Read: for his pick of the latest films, Nicholas Barber chooses "a bittersweet paean to adolescent friendship" read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsfilmMarch/April 2014moviesNicholas BarberTHIS SEASON

INSPIRED BY CONFLICT

Short Read: the Oxford Literary Festival marks the centenary of the first world war. Anthony Gardner looks forward to talks from Jeremy Paxman, Michael Morpurgo and more read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Anthony GardnerArtsLiteratureMarch/April 2014oxfordTalksWW1

SAD, IN A FUNNY KIND OF WAY

Short Read: for her theatre highlight, Isabel Lloyd picks a new work by Nick Payne, a playwright who captures the voices of people who are often ignored read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsIsabel LloydMarch/April 2014theatreTHIS SEASON

FROM PRODIGY TO GENIUS

Short Read: for his pick of the best classical music Michael Church turns the spotlight on the shy, serious Evgeny Kissin read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsClassical Musicevgeny kissinMarch/April 2014Michael Churchthis seasom

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