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August Strindberg and the Pricey Grey Tank Top: We Tend To Desire the Desired
August Strindberg’s short one-scene play, The Stronger, features only two characters, one of whom does not speak. Mrs X encounters Miss Y at a café...Read more
Nile Rodgers and The Guitar That Wouldn’t Play: Is Your Team Out of Tune?
Nile Rodgers is one of those people you’d just like to thank: for Chic and Sister Sledge;Read more
The creative diplomat: should we always tell it like it is?
‘A diplomat who says ‘yes’ means ‘maybe,’ a diplomat who says ‘maybe’ means ‘no,' and a diplomat who says ‘no’ is no diplomat.’...Read more
When the personal inspires the professional
On a trip to Chicago last year I visited the home and studio of the great American architect...Read more
Clark Gable’s vest: leaving a little space for luck
‘Do you love my daughter?’ ‘Any guy that'd fall in love with your daughter ought to have his head examined.’ ‘Now that's an evasion. I...Read more
The interfering boss
Jim Carroll's suggestions on how to deal with your interfering boss?Read more
Beware the banalities of La La brands
‘Maybe it means something.’ ‘I doubt it.’ ‘Yeah, I didn’t think so.’ It’s been observed that criticising La La Land is like criticising a fluffy...Read more
Small people in a big world: the liberating power of perspective
I recently saw Nice Fish, a fine play by Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins (Harold Pinter Theatre until 11 February).Read more
Are you a cowboy or a farmer?
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! features a song called ‘The Farmer and the Cowman.’Read more
The Naked Consumer
Last week saw the passing, aged 90, of the art critic and writer, John Berger.Read more
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