What Seinfeld can teach us about science

From micro animals to the doping chances of a poppy seed bagel, life may be imitating the US sitcom When Jerry Seinfeld UK1981 HBO debut, he said of weather forecasts:” And then my beloved percentage, the spacecraft photo. This is…

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‘It’s ghost slavery’: the troubling world of pop holograms

Dead stars from Whitney Houston to Maria Callas are going on tour again. As Miley Cyrus explores the questions in a new Black Mirror, we uncover the greatest name crisis in music today In the star-making Disney Channel switcheroo Hannah…

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Lesley Manville: I want to go dancing and drink too much and Im over 60

The Bafta nominee has been discovered by Hollywood after 47 times as an actor. She talks about ageism, losing her anonymity and spa tours with her Mum co-stars Simon Amstell recognized her and been put forward for a chit-chat. He…

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Tony awards 2019: nominations reveal snubbed stars and dark themes

With a refreshing accept of both experimental toys and difficult themes, this years nominations offer up an interesting, hard-to-predict race What does it say about Broadway that a gambling about a agitated belief in the American experiment was not be…

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Hold on to your hard hats: New York’s $475m Shed throws open its doors

The escalators need fixing and theres no bar but the register must go on, as aces from Ben Whishaw to Steve McQueen open NYCs first major brand-new artworks venue for decades Ben Whishaw is on stage, deprived to his underwear….

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Can drag queens become pop stars?

A new wave of media-savvy draw artists are trying to move beyond a lesbian subculture and into the charts but the mainstream may not be ready to accept them ‘One small-scale step for dame; one whale leap for womankind .”…

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I broke the contract: how Hannah Gadsby’s trauma transformed comedy

In her register Nanette, the Australian standup voices out about homophobic and sexual violence the planned is now a Netflix sensation. She opens up about disgrace, feeling, her autism diagnosis and the meaning of Louis CK During the live range…

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Peter Hall: the peerless showman who transformed British theatre

The immense superintendent, who has died aged 86, was a founding father of both the National Theatre and the RSC and masterminded landmark stagings of Shakespeare, Beckett and Pinter The roles of director and creator in theatre often involve comparing…

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The Terms of My Surrender review Michael Moore takes on Trump by preaching to the choir

The Oscar-winning film-maker shapes his Broadway debut in our efforts to convert the unconverted, but if he hopes to change hearts and spirits perhaps the stage isnt the best home to do it Hundreds of thousands of theater-goers will flock…

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