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Focus / Culture - 3 hours ago

The Enemy review – Ibsen goes digital

Dundee RepA powerful overhaul of An Enemy of the People weaves texts and emails seamlessly into the actionKieran Hurley’s take on Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People was about to go into rehearsals in March 2020. What better moment to stage a play about a public health emergency and the tensions b...

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Noguchi review – the sculptor who was high on life

Barbican Art Gallery, LondonPlayful, abstract, made in the aftermath of war… what unites the Japanese American sculptor’s all-embracing work – the art, the furniture, the ballet sets – is his sheer joy of makingIf Isamu Noguchi (1904-88) hadn’t been a designer, his work as a sculptor would mostly be...

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Ron’s Gone Wrong review – boy meets bot, bot beats bullies

This story of a young loner lent confidence by an animatronic accomplice is fun if familiarAn asthmatic loner who lives with his eccentric Bulgarian grandmother (Olivia Colman), 13-year-old Barney Pudowski (Jack Dylan Grazer) is yet to crack the code for a successful social life. Enter Ron (Zach Gal...