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Questions and Dancers at the Lilian Baylis Studio | Dance review

Questions and Dancers at the Lilian Baylis Studio
DANCE REVIEW

Questions and Dancers, at Sadler’s Wells’ Lilian Baylis Studio, was a special one-off event featuring the work of new choreographers and young dancers for children and adults alike. Both works were commissioned by the [read more]

Baftas 2015: Boyhood and The Theory of Everything sweep the big prizes

Baftas 2015: Boyhood and The Theory of Everything sweep the big prizes

The 68th British Academy Film Awards was a night of celebration for “utterly sensational work” in the beautiful setting of the Royal Opera House in London. The 2015 ceremony was an unsurprising one as familiar faces Eddie Redmayne, [read more]

Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cézanne at the Royal Academy | Exhibition review

Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cézanne at the Royal Academy
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The first major exhibition in the UK to examine Rubens’ influence on art history, Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cézanne aims to place the great painter in the context of contemporary art. The exhibition is separated by six [read more]

Jauja | Movie review

Jauja
MOVIE REVIEW

Former students who are versed in the languages of critical theory and semiotics have a blinkered tendency to detect oppression and profundity everywhere. An abundance of “meaning” results in films like Lisandro Alonso’s [read more]

Neck Deep at Electric Ballroom | Live review

Neck Deep at Electric Ballroom
LIVE REVIEW

Neck Deep are a five-piece pop/punk band and the biggest thing to ever come out of Wrexham, North Wales.  Self-proclaimed “losers”, they have proven themselves to be anything but. The wealth of interviews available online show them to [read more]

Bjork – Vulnicura | Album review

Bjork – Vulnicura
ALBUM REVIEW

Bjork’s new album sees Icelandic meet Venezuelan in the singer’s collaboration with young producer Arca, who has worked with FKA Twigs and Kanye West, as well as releasing his own album and EPs of futuristic beats. He is more [read more]

One Night Only at The Borderline | Live review

One Night Only at The Borderline
LIVE REVIEW

The Borderline is packed tonight. Really packed, can’t-even-get-to-the toilet packed. It’s no surprise, seeing as indie-pop darlings One Night Only are taking to the stage. The band will be familiar to many for their string of [read more]

Juan Araujo at Stephen Friedman Gallery | Exhibition review

Juan Araujo at Stephen Friedman Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Born in Venezuela in 1971, Juan Araujo is widely acclaimed and has exhibited work internationally since the late 1990s. His work has featured in both solo and collaborative exhibitions in Sao Paolo, San Diego and New York, and in high [read more]

Ennio Morricone at the O2 Arena | Live review

Ennio Morricone at the O2 Arena
LIVE REVIEW

The legend, the maestro… every epithet given to Ennio Morricone evokes a sense of eminence and profound admiration. In the film-scoring industry the impact of his compositions is the equivalent of the Renaissance; he envisaged [read more]

Anne Howeson: Present in the Past at Collyer Bristow Gallery | Exhibition review

Anne Howeson: Present in the Past at Collyer Bristow Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Collyer Bristow Gallery hosts a unique solo exhibition from Anne Howeson, with 30 different drawings uniting fictional futures and imagined pasts of imagery from King’s Cross/St Pancras, the largest area of urban redevelopment in Europe. [read more]

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