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Thursday, April 9, 2020
The Witches of Eastwick is a musical adaptation of John Updike’s novel, published in 1984. This version, directed by Jeremy Tustin, follows the same basic outline of the novel, three women (or witches), who live in a small stereotypical...
From a certain point of the day, swearing is censored from television and bodies are carefully pixelated to preserve modesty. These barriers are created to protect the modern day audiences. In adolescence in particular, there is a fixation on...
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...
Whilst climate change, ecological issues and unethical consumption are widely addressed within the creative world, the carbon footprint of art production itself is widely overlooked. A stimulating and progressive aspect of our culture, art is placed on a pedestal; its...
Valued at 35 billion US dollars in 2014 and with an average of more than 800 million users per month and growing, there is no doubt that Instagram has caused a storm in the art world, allowing for more...
When you are anticipating to see, or to use Mark Rylance’s preferred term for experiencing a Shakespeare play, to hear the award-winning actor himself on stage, you know you’re in for a treat. Our excitement was therefore sky high...