Nadia Khomami, The Guardian

Nadia Khomami

The Guardian

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Past articles by Nadia:

Vogue World to donate £2m to London-based arts organisations

National Theatre and Royal Ballet among 21 groups to receive grants from new fund → Read More

James Bond reality TV show seeks contestants for second season

Casting already under way for Prime Video series 007’s Road to a Million, with first season yet to premiere → Read More

‘We knew we would face insults’: Venice film festival’s Alberto Barbera on including Polanski and Allen

The artistic director discusses the US actors’ strike, reviving Venice, and this year’s controversial lineup → Read More

The 1975 cancel shows in Indonesia and Taiwan after Malaysia gay kiss uproar

English band say it is ‘impossible to proceed’ with concerts after set in Kuala Lumpur was cut short → Read More

‘Translation is an art’: why translators are battling for recognition

Like any author, translators want to receive credit for their work instead of being treated as an afterthought → Read More

Tate loans painting of Covid frontline staff to Alder Hey hospital

Aliza Nisenbaum’s work depicts staff in range of roles at Liverpool children’s hospital → Read More

‘Poor decision for Manchester’: mixed reaction to Aviva Studios naming deal

Critics say rebranding of arts venue after insurance firm is antithesis of city’s culture, but supporters say funding is vital → Read More

‘TikTok is age-agnostic’: how Kylie and Fleetwood Mac found new young fans

Musicians, some well into their 70s, are engaging with the platform to discover gen Z just value a good tune → Read More

Labour accuses UK government of ‘stifling children’s creativity’

Shadow arts minister highlights stark drop in number of students taking arts GCSEs, which has fallen by 40% since 2010 → Read More

British Museum offers to pay translator after plagiarism row

Yilin Wang had translated passages from a Chinese revolutionary which were used in the China’s Hidden Century exhibition → Read More

Barbican apologises after asking speaker to avoid topic of ‘free Palestine’

A co-founder of the Palestinian station Radio Alhara was due to address the arts centre via a livestream → Read More

Translator alleges work on Chinese radical ‘plagiarised’ in British Museum show

Exclusive: Yilin Wang claims she did not receive any credit for translations of Qiu Jin’s work in the China’s Hidden Century exhibition → Read More

Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge explores founder’s slavery links

Historic and contemporary pieces interrogate city and university’s connections to colonialism → Read More

Gay rights are going backwards in the US, says Elton John

Singer says he will no longer do residencies in the US, describing recent changes in law as ‘disgraceful’ → Read More

What does end of Spotify deal mean for Harry and Meghan?

Streamer and couple said it was a mutual decision but a PR expert says it looks bad for their brand → Read More

Liverpool demands ‘level playing field’ in race to become ENO’s new home

City writes to arts secretary amid reports ministers backing Manchester and Birmingham to host English National Opera → Read More

AI used to create new and final Beatles song, says Paul McCartney

Musician says he used technology to ‘extricate’ John Lennon’s voice from an old demo and complete a decades-old song → Read More

Novel about 18th-century black Briton Charles Ignatius Sancho wins RSL prize

Moving retelling of Sancho’s life by actor Paterson Joseph awarded prestigious Christopher Bland prize → Read More

Coco Lodge: ‘I think I’m the most trolled Love Islander for how I look’

Show contestant says she did not expect the level of cruel comments about her appearance → Read More

What became of last summer’s Love Island couples?

The series was full of spats and betrayals – but three of its pairings are still going strong → Read More