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Tuesday 31st March 2015


David Altmejd: Faces at Modern Art | Exhibition review

David Altmejd: Faces at Modern Art

David Altmejd is bound unequivocally to the human form, but never restrained by it. It’s his canvas: a jumping-off point from which he wanders in a hundred intriguing directions, moving so far from it in, in fact, that he pushes the [read more]

Pier Paolo Calzolari at Ronchini Gallery | Exhibition review

Pier Paolo Calzolari at Ronchini Gallery

With designer stores and million-pound sports cars littering the surrounding streets, the heart of Mayfair may seem an unlikely environment for rebellion against materialistic tradition, but Ronchini Gallery prides itself on an [read more]

Kill the Messenger | Movie review

Kill the Messenger

The rogue, crusading journalist has been a likeable protagonist in the thriller movie genre – some films depicting real events, some not. Many of Hollywood’s biggest stars have thrust themselves into these roles, which examine [read more]

Owlle at the Sebright Arms | Live review

Owlle at the Sebright Arms

If you ever wondered what Florence and the Machine would sound like merged with Lana Del Ray, search no further. Your answer comes in the form of Owlle: a French solo artist whose red fringe and blue eyes, paired with her hauntingly silky [read more]

My Night With Reg at the Apollo | Theatre review

My Night With Reg at the Apollo

It’s surprising to count only six cast members at the final bow, so skilled was late playwright Kevin Elyot at conjuring a whole crowd of unseen characters. The eponymous Reg, whom we never see, is the hinge around which the action [read more]

Gerard Way at Brixton Academy | Live review

Gerard Way at Brixton Academy

It must be hard for an established artist from a successful band to step out from that self-made world and forge a new iconic sound. Gerard Way has had such success with emo giant rockers My Chemical Romance but has now taken the brave [read more]

Plexus at Sadler’s Wells | Dance review

Plexus at Sadler’s Wells

The room is plunged into a complete and claustrophobic darkness. Slowly the figure of Kaori Ito is illuminated standing against a billowing sheet. Ito then fixes a microphone to her body allowing the audience to become aware of the finely [read more]

The Diary of a Nobody at the King’s Head | Theatre review

The Diary of a Nobody at the King’s Head

This year marks a change in direction for London’s oldest surviving pub theatre, the King’s Head in Islington, which is swapping opera for theatre and new writing. How better to begin this new chapter than by delving into the [read more]

At the Point of Gesture at Wimbledon College of Art | Exhibition review

At the Point of Gesture at Wimbledon College of Art

Speaking about painting as an art form, David Ryan, curator of the University of Arts London exhibition At the Point of Gesture, said in a recent interview: “Its place and role in the art world today is perhaps confusing, but that is [read more]

Amour Fou | Movie review

Amour Fou

Heinrich Von Kleist is a man with a plan. Rather than sharing his life with someone, Von Kleist the self-serving egotist wants a woman to dedicate herself to him through death via a suicide pact. After his advances are spurned by his [read more]

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