The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch: ‘Effigies of Wickedness’

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20 May 2018

57 minutes

We look at a play bringing back cabaret banned by the Nazis and discuss a visual opera coming to London. Plus: James MacManus on the affair between General Eisenhower and his driver in the Second World War and we discuss the Palme d’Or.

20 May 2018

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‘Effigies of Wickedness’

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Director Ellen McDougall and cast member Peter Brathwaite on the new show at the Gate Theatre.

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‘NeoArctic’

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Kirsten Dehlholm, the founder and artistic director of Hotel Pro Forma, on the visual opera coming to London.

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Weekend read: James MacManus

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MacManus on the affair between General Eisenhower and his driver, Kay Summersby, during the Second World War.

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Paper Review: Rachel Cunliffe

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The comment and features editor at ‘City AM’ goes through the weekend papers.

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Palme d’Or contender

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We hear from one of the stars of ‘Sorry Angel’, one of the films tipped to win this years Palme d’Or.

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