Lolita is problematic as a literary classic. Written by Russian author Vladimir Nabokov, the book introduces a narrator so hateful and so unreliable it’s both hard to read, and yet compelling enough a concept to read on. Humbert Humbert...
Judy Chicago’s ‘The Dinner Party’ is an homage to historical women. The piece endured a congressional hearing about whether it should be displayed in galleries due to its overt vaginal imagery. The most interesting part was that the debate...
Ever wondered what you would get when you pair the age-old question of ‘the purpose of art’ and the contemporary issue of the Earth’s rising temperatures? To give you a hint, it’s a beautiful coupling.  Over the past month, Waterlicht,...
I visited Paris over the Halloween weekend, and one of my stops throughout the city was the Musée d’Orsay. This museum is in a beautiful building that was previously a train station built in 1900, which now houses mostly...
The drama society’s play ‘Blindward’ was a very interesting piece. With the combination of sound effects, lighting, and the script, it was an intriguing performance. The play was about the uncertainty of life and how different people deal with...
This year’s UEA Drama season, running from 3 – 8 December, features two plays by Timberlake Wertenbaker. Wertenbaker is one of the UK’s most renowned contemporary female playwrights and currently the Chair in Playwrighting at the University Of East...