Tragedy Articles

A long book to curl up with this winter

A long book to curl up with this winter

As it gets colder, here’s my recommendation for a classic tragedy novel you can get into this autumn and winter, maybe with a hot chocolate by your side
Review: Saving Britney

Review: Saving Britney

Is there more to #FreeBritney than meets the eye? Saving Britney follows a fan’s love affair with the star, who secretly saves her.
Review: Opera North’s Rigoletto

Review: Opera North’s Rigoletto

Maria Plakhtieva reviews Opera North’s Rigoletto at the Lowry
The Tragedy of Macbeth: Joel Coen avoids tragedy in this masterful reimagining

The Tragedy of Macbeth: Joel Coen avoids tragedy in this masterful reimagining

Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth is an aesthetic dream that artfully shakes up the Shakespeare cliches of the last decade and offers something truly unique.
Opinion: Capitalising off catastrophe: the dark truth about Travis Scott’s partnership with BetterHelp

Opinion: Capitalising off catastrophe: the dark truth about Travis Scott’s partnership with BetterHelp

Travis Scott is allegedly profiting from the Astroworld tragedy by partnering with the flagrantly corrupt online therapy platform, BetterHelp
Recommended: Coming-of-age films

Recommended: Coming-of-age films

Oh, grow up, will you? Writers and editors of the film section come together to compile the essential list of coming-of-age films

Review: The Innocents

The Innocents explores the harrowing effects of rape on a group of Polish nuns after World War Two

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