Actor David Suchet, best known as the detective Hercule Poirot, hosts a podcast that investigates the nature of modern religious belief

Tennessee Williams benefits from a minimalist makeover in Rebecca Frecknall's revival of his little-seen 1948 play Summer and Smoke at London's Almeida Theatre.

This Puccini double bill of Il tabarro and Gianni Schicchi makes for a very special evening

Wild Wild Country, a six-part Netflix documentary about the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, is a gripping story of human yearning and human folly.

A visually rich attempt to redraw Mary Magdalene as a #MeToo heroine is oddly without passion

The Tate Modern exhibition is a snapshot of a key year in the life of Pablo Picasso.

Producer Bill Kenwright has enterprisingly spotted that The Best Man's Joseph Cantwell now feels like a premonition of Donald Trump.

A gruelling walk for Neil Morrissey, Ed Byrne and others along the Camino de Santiago.

In the pitch-black night, stung by jellyfish, choking on salt water, singing to herself, hallucinating … Diana Nyad just kept on swimming.

Arte TV’s documentary explores how it works – and how everyone benefits

T.S. Eliot’s great poem, 'The Waste Land', inspires an eclectic exhibition

08 March 2018 | by Lucy Lethbridge

Landmark revisited

A modern take on the idea of human civilisation

Peter Gill's 'The York Realist' is enjoying its third major revival, a high ­visibility for a young play, and it’s easy to see why the work has proved so attractive.

08 March 2018 | by Alexandra Coghlan

Veil of tears

A student take on the nuns’ story

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