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Mahan Esfahani review – Scarlatti’s sonatas surprise us anew | Classical music

Domenico Scarlatti’s keyboard sonatas crop up regularly enough in recitals, most often in a group of four or five beginning a programme, or acting...

Born to Exist review – a celebration of women and the power of krump | Dance

‘Why can’t you see me?!” cries the woman looking out into the audience, racked with frustration. “See. Me.” Joseph Toonga’s Born to Exist puts...

Interview with the Vampire review – Anne Rice’s gothic horror gets queer TV update | US television

On Saturday Night Live, the late Weekend Update anchor and occasional short-form film critic Norm MacDonald delivered what would become the definitive review of...

Yikouchi at Chancer’s Café: ‘An utter joy’ – restaurant review | Chinese food and drink

  Yikouchi at Chancer’s Café, 1418 Pershore Road, Stirchley, Birmingham B30 2PH. No booking. All dishes £3.50-£9. Beers and wines from £4 a glass Yikouchi in...

Hekla: Xiuxiuejar review – reclaiming the unique appeal of the theremin | Electronic music

In the century since Leon Theremin invented his eponymous instrument – as a Lenin-approved symbol of Soviet technological ingenuity – the theremin has been...

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