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Richard Gough Thomas, Manchester Metropolitan University
There's something here for the uninitiated and the expert alike.
A procedural crime drama with intriguing, if slight, eighteenth-century connections.
V&A Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green, London
Miriam Al Jamil
The innocent and short childhood world captured through toys, stories and voices.
Anna Jenkin, University of Sheffield
Poldark’s world view is that of Downton Abbey in sillier hats and Cornish accents.
Andrew McInnes , Edge Hill Unviersity
An informative and engaging presentation on a long-lived writer, playwright and diarist.
Royal College of Music, Britten Theatre
Lynton Boshoff, University of Oxford (The Queen's College)
J.C. Bach's 'Adriano in Syria' receives its first staging since the 1760s, as part of Classical Opera's 'Mozart 250'.
Kathleen Hudson, University of Sheffield
Entertaining time travel fantasy centred on heroic Jacobites and dastardly Hanoverians.
Stephanie Howard-Smith, Queen Mary University of London
Ubisoft's best-selling series takes leave of the eighteenth century on a subdued note.
Compton Verney, Warwickshire
A travelling exhibition setting out to explore Canaletto’s activity in England from a different viewpoint.
The Bodleian Library, Oxford
A scholarly exhibition that provided a fitting commemoration of this remarkable person.