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The Servant (1963), re-released in cinemas this September, is a toxic version of Jeeves and Wooster. By Harry Mount
Today in 1965, Elvis met the Beatles for the first and only time. By Craig Brown
It’s a rollicking good story, as you’d expect from the bestselling Moyes, who sold six million copies of Me Before You (2012) but Kingsley Amis would have had a lot to say about it, opines Harry Mount
Constellations is a clever and intriguing play about the multiverse. By William Cook
William Cook indulges in one of the late, Helen McCrory's finest performances in the National Theatre At Home's The Deep Blue Sea by Terrace Rattigan.
A serious study of Elvis through his songs, highlights his searching tendencies in music. By Harry Mount
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