Arts

First Reformed, starring Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried, is an intensely Christian film for believers and non-believers alike.

The TV remake of Picnic of Hanging Rock is overshadowed by Peter Weir's 1975 film classic.

Jim Kerr, frontman of the rock group Simple Minds, talks to DJ Janice Long about his early career.

The Jungle, at the Playhouse Theatre, is London's summer must-see show

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A maze of woodland chapels form the Vatican’s pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale

A family is confronted by the divisions across the generations in Cordelia Lynn's One for Sorrow at the Royal Court Theatre in London

An outstanding exhibition at the London Metropolitan Archives brings the capital's lost buildings back to life.

Schoenberg's Gurrelieder was a spectacular season closer from the Philharmonia Orchestra and its principal conductor, Esa-Pekka Salonen

Tate Britain’s “Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One” (until 23 September) covers the period 1916-32 is a thoughtful show examining the culture of remembrance itself.

Two classic plays are updated for the twenty-first century London stage: Machinal at the Almeida and (Miss) Julie at the National.

The evil enchantment of ITV2’s Love Island, which broadcasts nearly every evening and runs for nearly two months, is cunningly incremental.

Harold Evans, a distinguished former Fleet Street editor, reminisces about a remarkable career.

From rarely seen revivals to the Proms, this season’s opera calendar has it all.

"View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm – The Oxbow", a panoramic vista by the British-born father of American landscape painting, is the star of the National Gallery’s exhibition “Thomas Cole: Eden to Empire” (until 7 October)

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