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This standalone take on comic books' most compelling character is daring, thrilling, unexpected, ghastly and probably the last thing the world needs right now. Well, it's another bloody origins tale, isn't it?

Sophomore record from the genre-straddling rap artist holds a mirror up to himself to reassure fans they're not alone.

Three years on from Summer 08, Joseph Mount strives for truly timeless tunes.

Brenda Kapowitz is living any parent's absolute worst nightmare. A single mother to Matthew and Jason, she's doing her best to maintain a career and hold her fragile family life together in the face of intense media scrutiny and a colossal feeling of guilt. Matthew is, after all, under house-arrest on suspicion of committing a heinous act.

After a landmark appearance at Edinburgh Fringe, one of this country's leading comedy talents returns to the stage next week as his tour of The Infinite Show stops off in London.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a TV superstar (Fleabag, Killing Eve), a Star Wars standout, and the feminist saviour of James Bond. But never mind all that; theatre needs her back.

Sharon Pindar is recalling her early years living on a council estate just outside of Wrexham, North Wales. "I grew up in a community where education wasn't top of the list - survival was," she says.

Whether the drill rap scene likes it or not, for those outside of its primary audience the view persists that it is a genre dogged by ignominious repute.

Most of us regard Kings Place as the home of two concert halls. What's not often realised is that it's also a temple of words, and that the London Podcast Festival - which it annually hosts - is the beating heart of this new spoken-word art form.

One of the world's leading sitarists - and a prominent campaigner for disabled people in the arts - is coming to Lauderdale House for a highly anticipated concert this weekend.

David Tobin is in a reflective mood. "In an age where digital information proliferates," he is saying, "we have found it is still possible to make a living selling carefully-selected, good quality and in-the-main inexpensive books."

Following Jesus Christ Superstar's resurrection, another Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical gets the Park treatment.

It didn't take long for mezzo Beth Moxon and soprano Luci Briginshaw to remind the audience of St Michael's terrific acoustic.

A few years ago there was a revival of interest in Frank Hurley's remarkable black and white images of the Boy's Own sounding Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition.

Handsome Family labelmate and former ballerina fronts a set of disarming, powerful reflections on love and life.

"Nothing will be wasted, all will be re-used, all food will be given away and all paintings will be on old boxes that have no value."

Ricky Wilson and his wholesome collective of jolly moshpit makers are back for a seventh LP

Film review: Toy Story 4

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Woody and Buzz's fourth outing offers much of the same laughs as the previous films, but it's done with heart and dignity.

Downbeat, synth-aided rock is fruitful ground for a fistful of first-person reflections and regrets.

Clark might once again bite off more than the average listener can chew, but bear with it.

Will third time mean the big time for the worrying pop-poet?

A contradictory concoction of electronica, club-lounge, disco-funk, lullaby-gospel and languid cool that works incredibly well.

North London songsmith heads for new ground on his eleventh studio album

A slinky, slick and lascivious set from Oklahoma's Broncho that's part art-rock, part psych-pop.

Pigeonhole-phobic Joseph Mount and friends sprinkle some sonic extras on their breakthrough record.

Seismic life events trigger new sonic adventures for this troubadour duo, with some exciting, propulsive results.

Haven't we seen this so-so dystopian thriller before?

An 87th minute winner from Ralston Gabriel gave ten-man Haringey Borough a 1-0 win over Margate in the Bostik Premier Divison.

The singer-songwriter from Hertford is hotly tipped as one of the most exciting acts to look out for in 2019. Ahead of his debut album release in April, Ten Tonnes will play a handful of live shows including a date at Scala in February.

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