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‘I’LL BE A WOMAN for six months…’
Spare a thought for David Suchet this Easter. While you’re feasting on chocolate, he’ll be watching his waistline for his next role – so he can squeeze into a corset. The actor best known as Poirot is due to start rehearsals for Oscar Wilde’s The...
Theatre review: 20 April
The autobiographical Long Day's Journey Into Night (1941) is based on Eugene O'Neill's own family and he originally said it could not be published until 25 years after his death (he died in 1953) and never staged. However, his third wife and literary...
The Daily: November 14
Prince Charles celebrates his 65th birthday It's official. Charles is a pensioner. The good news is that he can now travel for free on the bus. The bad news is that (according to Camilla) he is "the most difficult person in the world to buy a present...
Book Reviews: 10 January
OUT NOW THE FIRST BOHEMIANS: Life And Art In London’s Golden Age by Vic Gatrell (Penguin, £25; offer price, £20) London’s Covent Garden takes centre stage in Gatrell’s sometimes hilarious, consistently shocking tale of what we have come to understand...
Welcome to Narnia
You don't have to pass through the back of a wardrobe to enter the enchanted and sometimes scary world of Narnia. Take yourself and your children or grandchildren – this production is for all the family – to Kensington in west London and a giant tent...
Ripper Street
Just as the excellent Peaky Blinders was in its essence a Western played out on the streets of Birmingham in the time of King George V, so Ripper Street (BBC One, Monday) is a Western set in 1890s Whitechapel. And like most Westerns, it has at best a...
Poirot: Dead Man’s Folly
It’s very hard to review a Poirot. For a start, everybody loves them. Even if I could find something wrong with this final run of feature-length mysteries for Agatha Christie’s punctilious sleuth, no one would thank me for pointing it out. Certainly...
The What, Where, When: 5 June
WHAT: Alice's Adventures Underground . A wonderfully weird immersive theatre experience which celebrates the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's adventures in Wonderland". WHERE: The Vaults, Launcelot Street, Waterloo, London, SE1 7AD....
Decline and Fall
They’ve taken the evil out of Evelyn Waugh. That must be the verdict on the three-part adaptation of his debut novel, Decline and Fall (Friday, BBC1, 9pm). The travails of Paul Pennyfeather after he is sent down from Oxford were charged with a brittle...
The Importance of Being Earnest
David Suchet was a man born to wear a costume. Who else could have carried off Poirot’s spats with such aplomb? So it comes as no surprise to find him in a frock. But to find him in Lady Bracknell’s frock (and corset) is a rare treat indeed. From the...

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