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Malcolm Stewart

‘Ghosts’ play review

London-based readers have just a fortnight to catch Richard Eyre’s production of Ghosts, before it vacates the Almeida to make way for Matt Smith’s American Psycho.

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‘Downton Abbey’ Series 4 Episode 3 review

So – rape as entertainment.  Well, it’s a debate to be had, isn’t it?

When ITV denied the press access to a preview of last night’s episode, we assumed it was for some trivial reason: a CGI backdrop of London that had yet to be painted in, while Edith bumped into Virginia Woolf in the foreground. That sort of thing.

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‘Downton Abbey’ Series 4 Episode 1 review

Following the Christmas episode of Downton Abbey, which did for Matthew with a car what childbirth did for Lady Sibyl, you could have been forgiven for thinking that there was only so much melodrama one series could take. But stately homes – and big budget ITV series – don’t go off course so easily.

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‘Doctor Who’: ‘The Name of the Doctor’ review

The Cloister Bell will chime once more; The Doctor’s off to Trenzalore… Often, being a fan of Doctor Who, you have to park your fanboy gene somewhere the other side of Kasterborous. True, there’s no point loving the bones of a show if you’re not prepared to dissect it to death sometimes. But the critical … >

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