The construction, adaption and demolition of lived spaces is an essential and familiar part of any urban environment. The mundane backdrop, functionality and form of everyday city life became the canvas for American artist Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978). Working in...
It was always going to be difficult to live up to Audrey Hepburn, and there is a good reason that she — complete with subtly streaked, perfectly pinned up-do — is still the poster icon for Truman Capote’s classic...
This fortnight in Arts history: the life and works of Oscar Wilde.
For thousands of years, drama has been an instinctive part of human nature. The Greeks encouraged the art of storytelling, an essential part of life that has provided us with a source of entertainment. Today it has evolved to...
Sean Pearce reviews the second film screened at UEA's Philosophy at the Cinema: Christopher Nolan's The Prestige.
Divided, a one-night play, was performed on International Women’s Day (8th March) as part of FemFest, a week of events run by the Minotaur Theatre Company that celebrates women within and outside of the company. Co-directed by writer Ella...