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Howards Brenton and Davies are reunited at the Hampstead Theatre, for Drawing the Line (from 3 Dec), tackling the meaty topic of the partition of India in 1947. There's more political upheaval at London's Donmar Warehouse of a Shakespearean variety...
The Norwegian thriller writer Jo Nesbo has rather spoiled for me the innocence of sculpted mounds of frozen precipitation with his serial killer novel The Snowman, and this Christmas a new generation of children are poised between associating these
unabashedly escapist'. A picture book can be a gift to parents struggling to get into the required Christmas spirit. And even for those who need no festive jollying along, the right book, shared with children, can be a wonderful pick-me-up extra
Tove Jansson/Oy Moomin Characters Sort Of Books published their first Moomin story in 2001, the year of Tove Jansson's death. The Book about Moomin, Mymble and Little My was exquisitely produced, with a witty and lyrical translation and Jansson's own
Sort comments by Just read about the previously unpublished Moomin Book- The Great Flood. Please be sure to get advance copies and to review it as soon as possible. There's a reference to finding their house after a flood (I think) in Finn Family
News in pictures Arts & Ents blogs Sometimes, as a music writer, it's hard to ignore context when listening to an artist. Neela Debnath spoke to actress Kate Bracken about joining BBC3's supernatural drama Being Human'. Best-known for his role as
Mitch Dobrowner talks to us about his work, his future plans, winning the Sony World Photography Awa.....In the uber-macho and hetero-centric world of urban music, particularly in hip-hop, coming out as ga... Suggested Topics When reading anything by
The Moomins Finnish cartoon characters descend on London this week. Sophia Jansson, a niece of Tove Jansson, the creator of the hippo-like trolls is to open a shop dedicated to Moomin memorabilia in Covent Garden on Wednesday. The characters, created
Suggested Topics That queen of miserablism, Danish detective Sarah Lund, returns to BBC4 in the second series of The Killing next Saturday word has it that a demotion to the post of passport-control officer hasn't improved her mood.... Ah, but there'
Since humanity started enjoying its stories, the remote island has been a staple in every storyteller's bag of narrative tricks. On a globe where 90 per cent of the population lives on the great land masses, to live on a small island remains an