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Saturday, 25 September 2004 00:00

Not as good as Love Actually

FilmWimbledon (12A) Wimbledon is the latest charming romantic comedy from Working Title, the people behind Notting Hill and Love Actually.
Saturday, 25 September 2004 00:00

B-movie chase thriller

FilmCellular (15) Kim Basinger resembles a plastic mannequin in a B-movie thriller about a biology teacher who, after getting kidnapped, fixes a smashed phone and rings the mobile of a teenage plonker played by Chris Evans.
Saturday, 25 September 2004 00:00

Korean comedy horror

FilmSave the Green Planet (18) A gorefest-cum-sci-fi, eco-apocalyptic comedy horror satire designed by Korean director Jang Jun Hwan, Save The Green Planet concerns the exploits of a retard who believes that he's saving Earth from the aliens of Andromeda.
On the stageThe Price First produced in 1968, The Price came at a time in Arthur Miller's life when he was exorcising certain ghosts.
Friday, 24 September 2004 00:00

Can there be unity in the metropolis?

On the stageThe Elephant Vanishes PICK: KALEEM AFTAB looks through Haruki Murakami's strange window into the desires and fascinations of modern Japan.
Friday, 24 September 2004 00:00

Kes is a flying success on stage

On the stageKes Barry Hines's book Kestrel for a Knave is a wonderfully evocative portrait of working-class life in a Yorkshire mining town in the early 1970s.
Thursday, 23 September 2004 00:00

New lease of life

MusicALBUMS: Adonis Rose Quintet, Song for Donise, The Unity (Criss Cross) JAZZ with Chris Searle
Thursday, 23 September 2004 00:00

A timely warning

Books BOOK: KARL DALLAS looks at Slavoj Zizek's controversial theory on the real reason for the Iraq war - the targeting of US society itself.
Wednesday, 22 September 2004 00:00

Jazz at its most inventive

MusicReady for Freddie (Blue Note), At the Half Note Cafe (Blue Note) Ready for Freddie (1961), was Freddie Hubbard's fourth album as a leader for Blue Note within 16 months and, at the time of its recording, the 23-year-old trumpeter from Indianapolis had just won the Downbeat New Star award.
Wednesday, 22 September 2004 00:00

The Clothes She Wears

ArtsWorthing Museum and Art Gallery EXHIBITION: As London Fashion Week hits the capital, ELEANOR MARGOLIES peers into the hidden lining of the exploitative worldwide clothing industry.
Tuesday, 21 September 2004 00:00

The first tragedy

BooksThe Burning Tigress BOOK: GEOFF SIMONS is shocked to discover the truth about a terrible forgotten holocaust of the 20th century
Tuesday, 21 September 2004 00:00

An island breeze

MusicBESTIVAL Isle of Wight FESTIVAL: KATIE MILLIS stretches the British summer to its limit and enjoys the last outdoor festival this year.
Friday, 03 September 2004 00:00

Pick of the bunch

On the stage IN FOCUS: GORDON PARSONS gives us an insight into some of the best Traverse productions at the Edinburgh Festival.
Friday, 03 September 2004 00:00

Bard's exotic side is revealed in modern India

On the stage "Fish and chips? Indian! Shakespeare? Indian!" It was the classic line from Asian comedy show Goodness Gracious Me and surely the inspiration for this beautiful production of Twelfth Night, writes KATIE GILMORE.
Friday, 03 September 2004 00:00

Cooper can't top Kelly in splashing stakes

On the stage The charismatic Royal Ballet dancer Adam Cooper, who was so brilliant in the dual role of the Swan in Matthew Bourne's all-male Swan Lake, is trying to make the transition from ballet to musical. He hasn't had much luck so far.
Friday, 03 September 2004 00:00

Seeking glory

FilmTHE ALAMO (12A) PICK: JEFF SAWTELL condemns yet another cynical attempt to manipulate US history in John Lee Hancock's The Alamo.
Friday, 03 September 2004 00:00

London theatre tale fails to develop properly

FilmStage Beauty (15) In 1660s London theatre, women were forbidden to perform on the stage, writes DAVID HAVILAND.
Friday, 03 September 2004 00:00

Hanks film suffers from paradox

FilmTHE TERMINAL (12A) In 1988, Merhan Karimi Nasseri was exiled from Iran for protesting against the Shah and flew to Paris to claim asylum, writes DAVID HAVILAND.
Friday, 03 September 2004 00:00

The wonderful stuff of lust and love

FilmFACING WINDOW (15) Secret love and stolen glances are the stuff of lust and love, immortalised in films as long as two people fancy each other, writes JEFF SAWTELL.
Wednesday, 01 September 2004 00:00

A novel of its time

Arts IN FOCUS: MAGGIE CHETTY looks at a novel by Suhayl Saadi that captures the optimistic spirit and history of Glasgow's multicultural communities.
Wednesday, 01 September 2004 00:00

Swinging Joe

Arts JAZZ ALBUMS: CHRIS SEARLE checks out The Joe Harriott Quintet's Sings High and Mike Osbourne Trio and Quintet's Border Crossing, Marcel's Muse.
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