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Hello/Goodbye at the Hampstead | Theatre review

Hello/Goodbye at the Hampstead
THEATRE REVIEW

Peter Souter’s first stage play, Hello/Goodbye, is a contemporary romantic comedy that focuses on two vital events in any human relationship: the “hello” and the “goodbye”. This play is a story that is relevant [read more]

Tango Fire: Flames of Desire at the Peacock | Dance review

Tango Fire: Flames of Desire at the Peacock
DANCE REVIEW

There is little in life that’s more perfect than a dancer’s back. The tone, flexibility and pure strength of it are testament to years of hard work. The Tango Fire Company of Buenos Aires are a troop of dancers so beautiful that [read more]

Selma premiere: A chat with the director and cast on the red carpet in London

Selma premiere: A chat with the director and cast on the red carpet in London

Selma is the Oscar-nominated biopic of pivotal civil rights leader Martin Luther King. Charting the 1967 march through Alabama that finally lead to black Americans winning the vote, it’s a powerful and arresting historical drama that [read more]

Richard Alston Dance Company: The 20th Anniversary | Dance review

Richard Alston Dance Company: The 20th Anniversary
DANCE REVIEW

In the 20 years since Richard Alston Dance Company began its journey in contemporary dance, filling the void left by the London Contemporary Dance Theatre’s absence at The Place in 1994, Alston has contributed plenty to the form while [read more]

Blind Date at Jermyn Street | Theatre review

Blind Date at Jermyn Street
THEATRE REVIEW

As Three Dog Night’s One Is the Loneliest Number begins to play, we are introduced to the bespectacled Andrew (Will Travis) and Angela (Susan Mcardle), anxiously creating online dating profiles. The two, sitting side by side, agonise [read more]

A Little Night Music at the Palace | Theatre review

A Little Night Music at the Palace
THEATRE REVIEW

Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical A Little Night Music is a work of genius, so chock-full of deadpan humour and biting wit that it’s hard to believe it’s already 40 years old. A one-off concert in the West End marked the milestone, [read more]

Five 21st century authors you should know about

Five 21st century authors you should know about

If you take a second to look around, you’ll notice that our world is united around one big idea: the story. We read them every day in social media posts; we hear them in conversations with friends; we see them in photographs and TV [read more]

Until the Ribbon Breaks – A Lesson Unlearnt | Album review

Until the Ribbon Breaks – A Lesson Unlearnt
ALBUM REVIEW

Moving from the barest of vocals to a skeletal, cinematic wonderland of sound, A Lesson Unlearnt showers the listener with a deluge of haunting atmosphere and thick R&B groove. Unlike many frenetically paced electronic records, Until [read more]

Predestination | Movie review

Predestination
MOVIE REVIEW

Visceral and sometimes downright disturbing, Predestination is the latest offering from the Spierig Brothers. It tells the life story of a crime-fighting time traveller as he completes his final mission. He’s hunting down the [read more]

M/Other Tongue at Tenderpixel | Exhibition review

M/Other Tongue at Tenderpixel
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Language is the means by which humanity expresses itself. However, as Sabel Gavaldon curator of M/Other Tongue notes, it is not a natural mode of expression but an implant, a “product of discipline and domestication”. Jacques Derrida [read more]

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