Editor’s note

15th January, 2015
Editor’s note

November isn’t a month synonymous with rebirths. But it is proving to be more than just a waiting room of the world, on the artistic scene at least. In our interview, Ronan Keating sheds the assurity of pop TV to grapple with being a man out of time, on the eve of his West End debut in Once. It’s a persona that resonates in the musician’s personal life too, as he positions himself back in...

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