Christmas is the holiday where everyone becomes an artist, whether they like it or not. Ignore how hemmed in you may be by the repetitive palette of greens, reds and snowy whites, and ignore how rubbish you are at...
Coming up this Wednesday to the Spring Literary Festival is Marlon James, the critically-acclaimed author who is perhaps best known for his third novel A Brief History of Seven Killings, which won the 2015 Man Booker Prize. The author’s...
After a run at The Theatre Royal Bath, the touring version of Noel Coward’s 1966 play A Song at Twilight has come to Norwich. 53 years after its initial run with Coward playing the lead, the play is still...
I recently visited the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and was deeply moved by the artist as a person. The museum let us travel through the world of Vincent Van Gogh, telling us about his life. From his family...
Ian Kelly jokes at the start of our interview that to remember him from his very brief appearance in Harry Potter as Hermonie’s dad, perhaps slightly undermines his academic credentials. And it is true. While Kelly’s acting career has...
Kamila Shamsie is a British Pakistani novelist whose latest book, Home Fire, which adapts the ancient Greek play Antigone by Sophocles into contemporary settings around the world, has recently been published. The Author writes passionately about both London and her...