Tag: Virginia Woolf

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Review: Daughters of England at the Maddermarket Theatre

Written by Katie Stockton and directed by Molly Farley and Magda Bird, “Daughters of England” is a stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s lesser-known short story “A Society”. Similarly to Woolf’s narrative, the play follows a group of female friends who aim to venture into 19th century society in order to discover how well men are…


Once tortured, now treasured

Egon Schiele: “With his rebellious personality and unconventional creativity, Egon Schiele was, and still is, one of the most daring painters in the history of art. Part of the Secession art movement, which advocated for the freedom of the arts from academic conventions, Schiele found his freedom in painting contorted nude figures, gloomy landscapes, intense…