The ballet feels like Don Quixote's plangent descent towards retirement; gracious but slightly mad. But with fading out, the colours shine more brightly, and he revels in a final flood of dancing. Harry Peter Sanderson reviews.
The government is sticking to its message that universities are overfunded. Previously unpopular policies of fee deregulation and 20% cuts in funding have been abandoned in favour of a focus on increasing student contributions and repayments. Ruth Thomas reports
Scene 1: One week before their tenth wedding anniversary, Dorothy Wickomden and Monty Lawrence are alone in a country tea garden on the outskirts of Kyoto. Words by Harry Peter Sanderson, Art by Clare Moran