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My Neighbour Totoro, Barbican

This Studio Ghibli adaptation is theatre at its most magical. Read my London Theatre review here

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What to expect from Studio Ghibli’s My Neighbour Totoro on stage

Learn all about the award-winning Japanese studio and the RSC’s new stage adaptation. Read my full London Theatre article here

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‘This is how loss feels’: how a Netflix animation about grief became a global phenomenon

One of the year’s most unlikely phenomena on the video-sharing app TikTok saw 50 million people – and counting – recording themselves crying while watching a 12-minute animation. Not since the heart-wrenching opening sequence of Up have viewers been so undone … Continue reading

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And now for something completely brilliant

Terry Gilliam directs operas. Terry Jones writes children’s books. And Michael Palin is that nice man who does the travel programmes on the BBC. Enfant terribles? Not exactly. Yet somehow, 40 years on, this virtuoso comedy collective has retained its … Continue reading

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