News archive from 19 March 2017, page 2

Man Utd, Arsenal & Chelsea will be sniffing around this £70m striker - Alan Shearer

Man Utd, Arsenal & Chelsea will be sniffing around this £70m striker - Alan Shearer

That is the belief of player-turned-pundit Alan Shearer. Despite telling the Toffees this week he won’t be signing a new contract, Lukaku demonstrated he is still committed to the cause at Everton. The Belgium international netted twice as Ronald...

 

Torino 2-2 Inter Milan: Joe Hart makes two mistakes as Manchester City goalkeeper costs his side victory  

Manchester City's on-loan goalkeeper Joe Hart made two costly mistakes for Torino as Inter Milan were gifted a share of the spoils in Serie A. Hart was slow down to his right and could only get a hand on Geoffrey Kondogbia's shot as Inter took the...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Arsenal's players have stopped playing for Arsene Wenger, says Alan Shearer who insists his 21-year tenure...

Alexis Sanchez is the only player still playing for Arsene Wenger, insists Alan Shearer who has lambasted the rest of the Arsenal players for the defeat by West Brom.  The Gunners were beaten 3-1 at The Hawthorns on Saturday, leaving Wenger under more...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Cleared of bullying a 14-year-old into sex after an 18-month ordeal that left him suicidal, Jack Tuohy...

Towards the end of this interview, a mobile phone beeps. A message has arrived for Jack Tuohy from the manager of a non-League club. The manager wants to wish Tuohy the very best of luck but explains that a trial will not be possible. The board at his...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 
Film reviews: Beauty And The Beast, Get Out, Personal Shopper

Film reviews: Beauty And The Beast, Get Out, Personal Shopper

Beauty And The Beast  It’s charming, delightful, packed full of great songs, swooningly romantic and all over in 84 minutes. The two hour-long remake is not a perfect movie, never quite coming to life despite the huge effort and evident expense.  The...

 
Theatre reviews: The Miser and Stepping Out

Theatre reviews: The Miser and Stepping Out

With notable exceptions such as Tony Harrison’s 1975 translation of The Misanthrope for the National Theatre, British productions of his plays have felt more dutiful than pleasurable.  Part of the problem lies in the hybrid form. Moliere was even more...

 
Dance review: Project Polunin at Sadler's Wells

Dance review: Project Polunin at Sadler's Wells

Ukrainian-born Sergei Polunin, blessed with a breathtakingly perfect technique and a graduate of the Royal Ballet Upper School, has fallen into that most inviting trap of all – believing his own publicity.  Sadler’s Wells was buzzing with expectation...

 
Opera review: Wagner’s Die Meistersinger Von Nürnberg at the Royal Opera

Opera review: Wagner’s Die Meistersinger Von Nürnberg at the Royal Opera

The composer drew inspiration from the historical Mastersingers’ Guild of Nuremberg and the life of the 16th century cobbler, poet and mastersinger Hans Sachs. The story ranges through a day and a half in Nuremberg as the townsfolk prepare for the...

 
Dance review: Project Polunin at Sadler’s Wells

Dance review: Project Polunin at Sadler’s Wells

Ukrainian-born Sergei Polunin, blessed with a breathtakingly perfect technique and a graduate of the Royal Ballet Upper School, has fallen into that most inviting trap of all – believing his own publicity.  Sadler’s Wells was buzzing with expectation...

 
Film reviews: Beauty And The Beast, Get Out and Personal Shopper

Film reviews: Beauty And The Beast, Get Out and Personal Shopper

Beauty And The Beast (PG, 123mins) Director: Bill Condon Stars: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Kevin Kline, Luke Evans, Josh Gad Well, director Bill Condon said it himself. The Disney 1991 animation of Beauty And The Beast, which he has just remade as a...

 
Theatre reviews: The Miser and Stepping Out

Theatre reviews: The Miser and Stepping Out

With notable exceptions such as Tony Harrison’s 1975 translation of The Misanthrope for the National Theatre, British productions of his plays have felt more dutiful than pleasurable. Part of the problem lies in the hybrid form. Moliere was even more...

 
Opera reviews: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg and Partenope

Opera reviews: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg and Partenope

The composer drew inspiration from the historical Mastersingers’ Guild of Nuremberg and the life of the 16th century cobbler, poet and mastersinger Hans Sachs.  The story ranges through a day and a half in Nuremberg as the townsfolk prepare for the...

 
Equal writes and the best new women fiction: Book reviews

Equal writes and the best new women fiction: Book reviews

Attack Of The 50ft Women:  How Gender Equality Can Save The World! by Catherine Mayer (HQ, £20) During the q&a session at the end, Mayer found herself asking whether anyone else thought there should be greater focus on gender issues in mainstream...

 
Short story: We’ll Meet Again by Jennifer Ryan

Short story: We’ll Meet Again by Jennifer Ryan

Did I really feel like standing on a stage in the village hall singing Second World War songs to the villagers I grew up with – when I should have left home a decade ago?  “This style suits you,” Mum told me, smoothing down my floral cotton 40s frock....

 
Last words of Paris Airport Shooting gunman: 'I'm here to die for Allah'

Last words of Paris Airport Shooting gunman: 'I'm here to die for Allah'

Convicted armed robber Ziyed Ben Belgacem, 39, is understood to have been recruited by extremists while in prison. In the seconds before his death, Ben Belgacem, who was carrying a petrol can, shouted he was there to “die for Allah”, Paris prosecutor...

 


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