Andreas Gurky, Three Billboards, Pinter and mermaids

On my (new and improved!) February MoveTo Town and Country Arts page:

  • Exhibition The Hayward Gallery reopens in style with a retrospective of Andreas Gurky
  • Film Frances McDormand is riveting as the foul-mouthed avenging angel in Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  • Theatre Sixty years on, Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party strikes the current mood of uncertainty and a past that slips out of our grasp
  • Commuter corner Imogen Hermes Gowar’s sumptuous debut novel The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock is a heady period whirl with a magic realist twist

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Read the latest edition of MoveTo Town and Country here

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