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Matt Parvin, this week’s author, will soon see his debut play premiere at the Finborough Theatre in Earls Court.
Cheryl Killey discovers that the seaside town of Whitby can transport her back to her past.
A Puppet Tale is the first of a new fortnightly feature publishing short plays by some of the most exciting emerging theatre practitioners.
Neil Bartlett’s take on Albert Camus’ seminal novel is bold and effective – even if it sacrifices some important scenes in the name of economy.
The abortive Soviet designs on display are monuments to the human capacity to dream outlandishly, writes Lauren Van Schaik Smith.
John Webster’s The White Devil, writes Simon Fearn, must be one of the most cynical plays in the canon.
B.L. Sherrington reviews a new stage adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend.
The role of the bicycle in personal and political change.
To prepare for months of chemotherapy treatments I would be getting for cancer my wife Geraldine bought a bag of weed without telling me.
The film is also an important piece of German culture as it portrays everyday life in the Weimar Republic just before the Nazis came to power.
Don’t be fooled by the red banners and the iconic agitprop: this exhibition is more of an ossuary for failed utopias than a May Day parade.
Louis Dazy is a 27 year old photographer French photographer based in Melbourne. He shoots mainly on film using multiple exposures.