Yes, all of us make resolutions to eat healthier, exercise more, and plan our time/money better. But perhaps just as popular are resolutions to finally read that book you’ve been pretending to have read for years (or even just...
Watching the EU Chamber Orchestra at the Norwich Theatre Royal felt like being at University: experiencing the highs and lows of life whilst fighting for your place in the world. As the official Orchestra of the European Union, the...
Let me start at the end. I don’t usually stand when I applaud a performance. Maybe I’m cynical, or just plain lazy. A production might be fantastic, but to get me on my feet I need something incredible. Groundbreaking....
‘Now, after a civil war'; The provocative setting for Rufus Norris’s controversial adaptation of Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy, Macbeth. Set in a 2020s dystopian Scotland, this touring National Theatre production relies heavily on the spectacle of its disjointed design and...
Contextualising the works of chauvinistic artists Picasso and Gaugin, amongst others, Michelle Hartney’s project Separate the Art From the Artist uses the activist writings of Hannah Gadsby and Roxanne Gay to highlight the artists’ misogyny. Hartney contextualises seminal works...
As my introduction to the Richard Alston Dance Company, 'An Italian in Madrid', 'Tangent' and 'Chacony' were performances that confidently provided proof of the ongoing conversation between music, dance and colour. From the pairing of James Muller and Monique Jonas...