Authors Posts by Martha Griffiths

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Review of Glyndebourne’s Rigoletto

Giuseppe Verdi is reported to have felt Rigoletto was his best work, and while his repertoire is extensive, it is hard to disagree with...

What to watch out for in 2020

Martha Griffiths As we come to the end of 2019, we’re taking a look at what new releases should be ones to watch out for....

Chris Bigsby and Louis de Bernieres conclude the Autumn Literary Festival

The finale of this year’s Autumn Literature Festival marks the end of an era, as Chris Bigsby stands down from his leadership position, and...

Should old art and literature that contains politically incorrect content still...

Arts Vote: 100% yes Jess Barrett  Literature that was created centuries, even decades ago, is still politically and historically relevant as it reflects the society at...

Spooky Games

In honour of this spooky time, we’ve put together a list of our favourite games to play near Halloween. To kick it off, I’m...

Horror favourites: Books and paintings

For me the best horror book is Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. A story about abandonment, power, beauty and what it truly means to be human....