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Poirot And More review: David Suchet leaves audiences wanting more

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David Suchet's Poirot And More makes for easy viewing at the Harold Pinter Theatre and leaves audiences hoping to watch him in a proper play David Suchet: Poirot And More Harold Pinter Theatre, London                ...

Janis Ian album review: It’s a festival waiting to happen

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It's a festival waiting to happen: Janis Ian's latest studio album is both a comeback and a swansong... and it's glowing with craftsmanship Janis Ian                    The Light At The End Of The Line               ...

Elvis Costello & The Imposters album review: Mostly fast

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Elvis Costello, with The Imposters, has returned to the sound that set him on his way with his mostly fast and often furious album The Boy Named If Elvis Costello & The Imposters             The Boy Named If     ...

Poirot And More review: David Suchet leaves audiences wanting more

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David Suchet's Poirot And More makes for easy viewing at the Harold Pinter Theatre and leaves audiences hoping to watch him in a proper play David Suchet: Poirot And More Harold Pinter Theatre, London                ...

Janis Ian album review: It’s a festival waiting to happen

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It's a festival waiting to happen: Janis Ian's latest studio album is both a comeback and a swansong... and it's glowing with craftsmanship Janis Ian                    The Light At The End Of The Line               ...

The Treeline review: Why our trees are marching north

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Why our trees are marching north - and what this means for polar bears and the planet The Treeline Ben Rawlence                                                                                Jonathan Cape £20 Rating:...

Edvard Grieg review: The best way to start 2022

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Totally captivating and packing a huge emotional punch, Edvard Grieg by Lise Davidsen and Leif Ove Andsnes is the best way to start 2022 Edvard Grieg Lise Davidsen, Leif Ove Andsnes (Piano)                           ...

Elvis Costello & The Imposters album review: Mostly fast

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Elvis Costello, with The Imposters, has returned to the sound that set him on his way with his mostly fast and often furious album The Boy Named If Elvis Costello & The Imposters             The Boy Named If     ...

Poirot And More review: David Suchet leaves audiences wanting more

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David Suchet's Poirot And More makes for easy viewing at the Harold Pinter Theatre and leaves audiences hoping to watch him in a proper play David Suchet: Poirot And More Harold Pinter Theatre, London                ...

Janis Ian album review: It’s a festival waiting to happen

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It's a festival waiting to happen: Janis Ian's latest studio album is both a comeback and a swansong... and it's glowing with craftsmanship Janis Ian                    The Light At The End Of The Line               ...

The Treeline review: Why our trees are marching north

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Why our trees are marching north - and what this means for polar bears and the planet The Treeline Ben Rawlence                                                                                Jonathan Cape £20 Rating:...

Edvard Grieg review: The best way to start 2022

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Totally captivating and packing a huge emotional punch, Edvard Grieg by Lise Davidsen and Leif Ove Andsnes is the best way to start 2022 Edvard Grieg Lise Davidsen, Leif Ove Andsnes (Piano)                           ...

Elvis Costello & The Imposters album review: Mostly fast

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Elvis Costello, with The Imposters, has returned to the sound that set him on his way with his mostly fast and often furious album The Boy Named If Elvis Costello & The Imposters             The Boy Named If     ...

Ralph Vaughan Williams review: We must remember his achievements

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The most quintessentially British composer ever: This year, Ralph Vaughan Williams must be remembered for his achievements This year is the 150th anniversary of the birth of Ralph Vaughan Williams, now regarded as on...

Elvis Costello & The Imposters album review: Mostly fast

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Elvis Costello, with The Imposters, has returned to the sound that set him on his way with his mostly fast and often furious album The Boy Named If Elvis Costello & The Imposters             The Boy Named If     ...

The Treeline review: Why our trees are marching north

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Why our trees are marching north - and what this means for polar bears and the planet The Treeline Ben Rawlence                                                                                Jonathan Cape £20 Rating:...

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