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The Human Factor: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture at the Hayward Gallery | Exhibition review

The Human Factor: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture at the Hayward Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

With The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture as its sub-title, the Hayward Gallery has devoted its latest exhibition to figurative sculpture born across the international art scene in the past 25 years. For a theme that is as broad as it is [read more]

Catherine Goodman: Portraits from Life at the National Portrait Gallery | Exhibition review

Catherine Goodman: Portraits from Life at the National Portrait Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The National Portrait Gallery has just unveiled a new exhibition of paintings by the noted artist, and winner of the BP Portrait Award 2002, Catherine Goodman. Her latest set, which she has spent the last three years working on, features [read more]

First Aid Kit – Stay Gold | Album review

First Aid Kit – Stay Gold
ALBUM REVIEW

Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit are back with their striking new album Stay Gold; with its folksy-infused beats and heartfelt lyrics it is sure to be a success for any listener. Their opening single My Silver Lining introduces Johanna and [read more]

Hockeysmith at Corsica Studios | Live review

Hockeysmith at Corsica Studios
LIVE REVIEW

Entering the stage at Corsica Studios, the Cornwall sisters could easily pass for any of the girls on the street outside the smoky club. Taking their sisterhood into the music, Annie and Georgie Hockeysmith’s looks are nothing out of the [read more]

Graduate Summer Show 2014 at the RCA Kensington | Exhibition review

Graduate Summer Show 2014 at the RCA Kensington
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The work on show from the 2014 graduates of the Schools of Architecture, Communication and Design at the Royal College of Art site in Kensington is as far-reaching, imaginative and all encompassing as the course titles they are grouped [read more]

Filming of Ghosts at the Trafalgas Studios | Review

Filming of Ghosts at the Trafalgas Studios
REVIEW

Richard Eyre’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts is the third play that Digital Theatre have filmed for their West End Theatre Series, which aims to “further the reach of theatre”. This is a good, honest goal, and so far over [read more]

Linkin Park – The Hunting Party | Album review

Linkin Park – The Hunting Party
ALBUM REVIEW

Those of you who were angsty teenagers in the late noughties may well recall slamming your black-painted bedroom door after screaming at your parents that ‘emo’ most definitely wasn’t a phase – those who wisely avoided this trend [read more]

Violent, brutal, biting: an interview with the cast of Hamlet

Violent, brutal, biting: an interview with the cast of Hamlet

“Denmark’s a prison” says Hamlet. Director Zoe Ford interprets this line literally in her violent, brutal, biting adaptation. This is not remotely the Shakespeare most are familiar with, no distant Danish kingdom – it’s [read more]

The Truscott Arms in Maida Vale | Restaurant review

The Truscott Arms in Maida Vale
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Set in the heart of white-stucco neighbourhood Maida Vale, The Truscott Arms is a modern English gastropub with authentic restaurant facilities. There are 50 seats in the luminous dining room upstairs and chef Barry Snook’s kitchen [read more]

Lana Del Rey streams new album Ultraviolence – listen here

Lana Del Rey streams new album Ultraviolence – listen here

To celebrate its release, American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey streams new album Ultraviolence. Ultraviolence is the second record by the Blue Jeans singer and is expected to reach the number one position in both UK and US. The [read more]

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