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The Shakespearean actress and director Dame Janet Suzman is at Keats Community Library tonight (Thursday) reading some of her favourite poems and speeches and discussing her life in the theatre with Piers Plowright. Dame Janet Suzman: With Great Pleasure, at 7.30pm.
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This film is charm personified, a beautiful, touching eulogy by one of the greatest British artists of the modern period. Read Dan Carrier's review.
Novelist Charlotte Mendelson’s new work of non-fiction is, Dan Carrier concludes, a love letter to her small but perfectly formed patch of garden.
Driving Miss Daisy tells the story of Jewish widow Daisy Werthan (Paddy Glynn) and her African-American driver Hoke Colburn (Geoffrey Aymer). Read Julie Martincic's review.
The Doc ‘n Roll Film Festival is a season of music documentaries, premieres and filmmaker Q&As – at a number of exclusive screenings across London next month (November 2-13, including Gregory Porter Don’t Forget Your Music.
As Black History Month draws to a close, Angela Cobbinah talks to Alex Pascall about his pioneering BBC radio show, Black Londoners.
For decades Kristine Keese felt unable to tell of a childhood under Nazi persecution. But help was at hand, says Gerald Isaaman.
World-leading musicians are playing in this autumn’s Hampstead Arts Festival in 10 concerts spanning chamber music, solo recital, orchestral and choral works. Read Sebastian Taylor's preview.
Third time round at the English National Opera, Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers is quite delightful. A lovely evening at the opera that can be enjoyed by just about everyone except sniffy opera cognoscenti.
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There will not be a more important film released this year, nor one so carefully crafted, well acted or well told. Read Dan Carrier's review of I, Daniel Blake.