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March 30, 2020

Armando Iannucci is an accomplished director, writer and producer, whose works include highly acclaimed and politically-charged sitcoms such as ‘Veep’ (2012) and ‘The Thick of It’ (2005), and more recent acerbic Soviet-era satire ‘The Death of Stalin’ (2017). His lates...

March 23, 2020

Ask Me Anything is a play about us. It is about our stories; our grievances; our experiences; our memories. The Paper Birds Production Company use verbatim stories to create a deeply personal play with themes of self-expression, peer pressure, sisterhood, and youth sui...

March 23, 2020

Todd Haynes’ ‘Dark Waters’ follows a man’s quest to punish the DuPont Corporation for knowingly dumping toxic waste within a region of Virginia, USA. It’s a film narrative that has been done before, but this does not mean it does not bring anything new to the table. Ma...

March 21, 2020

It’s 2002.

Monsoon Wedding has just released, and the world is enchanted by Mira Nair’s spun story of marriage, reunion, healing, and love. The wedding of Aditi Verma and Hemant Rai is magnetic: it brings together family from abroad, connects new lovers, and surfaces in...

March 20, 2020

Just Us Dance presents is a raw and powerful hip hop response to Joseph Toonga’s 2019 work Born to Manifest. The performers, each between 16 to 23 years old, double as mentees of Let’s Shine, a six-month artistic development programme that is part of the...

March 20, 2020

Wolves Are Coming For You takes place in a small, nameless town over the course of 24 hours. We are introduced by way of its community: the cast mirthfully run around, together setting the stage, after which two narrators introduce characters with brief recapitulations...

March 19, 2020

Featuring art, poetry and essays, this issue of PhiMag gives an intimate and creative exploration of a variety of themes related to sex, such as homosexuality & bisexuality, sex toys and menstruation. Crucially, through its wonderfully diverse and inclusive work it is...

March 18, 2020

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography is a staggering exhibition, the kind you need to see twice due to its sheer scale. On display are over 300 images that create a remarkable catalogue of the male condition, past and present. The show opens with John Coplan’s...

March 16, 2020

In the intimacy of the VAULT Festival pit, Freedom Hi takes its audience through a hard-hitting, emotional, and oftentimes difficult exploration of the ongoing Hong Kong protests. Rather than doing so through the broad lens of the news, it delves into the personal pers...

March 16, 2020

For the 67th annual Greek play, King’s College London returns with its most ambitious project yet, 'Dionysus in the Underworld.' This year, director David Bullen and associate director Isaac Freeman have fused the works of two celebrated Greek dramatists namely, Aristo...

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