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Close-Up: Bimini Bon Boulash

Romeo & Juliet: the Covid Cut

Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor, the doomed lovers in the National Theatre’s disruptive new play-as-a-TV-film, explain why their Shakespeare adaptation is the right drama for right now.

Danny Ramirez is ready to take flight

The star of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier talks the pressures of the MCU, working alongside Tom Cruise, and making the transition from indie circuit to fully-fledged Blockbuster.

Martine Syms has big feelings too

The Los Angeles-born, globally-renowned artist uses video, publishing and performance to examine representations of Blackness in her work. She’s shown at New York’s MoMA and London’s ICA and, surprisingly, is a fan of Bournemouth football club.

A year of bloody lockdown in photos

Recently, we asked you to submit photos commemorating the past year in lockdown. After rifling through 200+ submissions (cheers!), we’ve whittled it down to protest, politics, daily walks, Zoom hugs, student life, anxiety, laughs, and all the rest of it...

Hafsa Zayyan’s list of good books

The lawyer turned #Merky Books author put colourism on trial in her debut book, We Are All Birds of Uganda. Here, the 29-year-old shares her most loved fiction and the novels that molded her.

Escape to your own private Idaho

Reid Calvert, an LA-based photographer, took a nostalgic trip to the resort town of Sun Valley to capture the vast and desolate northwestern state in a series of eerie double-exposure shots.

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