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Royal Shakespeare Company wants benefactors in on the act

    Royal Shakespeare Company wants benefactors in on the act

You can adopt a tree at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, an antiquarian book at the British Library or a musician at the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO). There are similar adoption

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Andrew Kötting: voyages of an English visionary

    Andrew Kötting: voyages of an English visionary

I barely know where I am when I knock on the door of Andrew Kötting’s studio in Old Hastings, a glass-fronted bulk 18 winding steps up from a Sussex street

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My addresses: chef Richard Corrigan on Dublin

    My addresses: chef Richard Corrigan on Dublin

— When I land, it’s a pint that is needed, and The Long Hall, one of the few old-fashioned central Dublin pubs left, is a favourite. There’s no food, and a

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Royal Blood: How Did We Get So Dark? — ‘satisfyingly chewy sound’

    Royal Blood: How Did We Get So Dark? — ‘satisfyingly chewy sound’

Royal Blood How Did We Get So Dark? (Warner Bros) Was Jimmy Page’s praise for Royal Blood tinged with a note of anxiety? The Led Zeppelin guitarist acclaimed the Brighton

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Dvorák: Stabat Mater — ‘sombre performance’

    Dvorák: Stabat Mater — ‘sombre performance’

Dvorák Stabat Mater Czech Philharmonic (Decca) It was singing in a children’s’ choir in Prague that gave Jirí Belohlávek a life-long love of Dvorák’s dark and lyrical Stabat Mater. Now

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Destination Unknown — powerful, unremitting

    Destination Unknown — powerful, unremitting

Sometimes the only response to history’s horrors is a stunned silence, even when those horrors, or their kind, have been met before. Every new Holocaust documentary is a fresh shock,

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Ermenegildo Zegna Couture SS18: Sketches from a hidden garden

  Ermenegildo Zegna Couture SS18: Sketches from a hidden garden

For his debut summer collection, artistic director Alessandro Sartori is clashing innocence and sensual masculinity in an exploration of conscious

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Denys Baptiste: Late Trane — ‘electronica and funk’

  Denys Baptiste: Late Trane — ‘electronica and funk’

Denys Baptiste Late Trane (Edition Records) The music John Coltrane recorded for the Impulse label shortly before he died in

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Orlando Gough: The World Encompassed — ‘imaginative travelogue’

  Orlando Gough: The World Encompassed — ‘imaginative travelogue’

Orlando Gough The World Encompassed Fretwork (Signum Classics) Evidently a cultivated man, Francis Drake took four viol players with him

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By the Time It Gets Dark — hypnotic

  By the Time It Gets Dark — hypnotic

Thailand is becoming a unique movie country. Like the haunting, haunted films of Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Tropical Malady, Cemetery of Splendour),

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Can Dunhill’s new designer reinvigorate the brand?

  Can Dunhill’s new designer reinvigorate the brand?

Purchase a Standard Digital subscription for Limited Time Offer Access to FT’s award-winning news on desktop, mobile and tablet Personalised

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Beth Ditto: Fake Sugar — ‘well-crafted setting’

  Beth Ditto: Fake Sugar — ‘well-crafted setting’

Beth Ditto Fake Sugar Beth Ditto admits her first solo album would be different had it been written after Donald

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Snapshot: War/PostWar by Fons Iannelli

  Snapshot: War/PostWar by Fons Iannelli

The subjects of many of Fons Iannelli’s black and white prints are classically midcentury American — baseball, pie, a drive-in

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DVD: Patriots Day — ‘compelling’

  DVD: Patriots Day — ‘compelling’

Directed by Peter Berg, 2016 Lions Gate National tragedies reveal a multitude of heroes — the bystander who steps up,

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