Arlene Phillips: Dancing her way through the decades
“I don’t believe in destiny. But what I do think is that if you listen with your ears, and look with your eyes, something that doesn’t appear to be an opportunity can lead to one.”
Interview: Arlene Phillips
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE - JUST LIKE STRICTLY...
Dustin Hoffman: Finally, I can say I'm Jewish
Is there a Jewish comedy age gap?
Theatre review: The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4
Saul Milton is keen to remain in the background...
Interview: Daniel Levin
Al Roth: Matching the market from dates to organs
Welcome to a world of self-interest
My father's Dunkirk spirit
Theatre review: Apologia
Making a song and dance at the Fringe
Flagging up a new Israeli television thriller
Mayim Bialik's advice for spectacular girls
Five stars for a superb new Fiddler
Tradition! Why we all love Fiddler on the Roof
Drawn across Europe on the Kindertransport
Fiction on ﬁrm factual base
A call to open hearts
The future of musicals?
Unpicking the past
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