May 4, 2019

Bernie Dieter’s Little Death Club at the Underbelly Festival on the Southbank is a critically acclaimed show that brings us a debauched, gender-bending, satirical performance driven by a celebration of “difference in all its forms”. Directed by Tom Velvick, inspired by...

March 27, 2019

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Channa Horwitz’s Rules of the Game, based at the Lisson Gallery, offers a dynamic exploration of line, shape and pattern. Born in Los Angeles, Horwitz was renowned for her work in conceptual art and West Coast minimalism – sp...

February 13, 2019

Written in 1941 by world-renowned playwright Bertolt Brecht and brought to life by the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre, The Good Person of Szechwan incarnates the Brechtian ethos of ‘theatre for social change’. Directed by Yury Butusov, the play centres around prostitute...

January 20, 2019

This year's edition of the London International Mime Festival revives Olivier de Sagazan’s Transfiguration, which first premiered in 1998. Twenty years later, it continues to probe the concept of selfhood by delivering a disturbing and (quite literally) flammable perfo...

December 30, 2018

Rumpelstiltskin, directed by Rosemary Myers and Paul Capsis, is a captivating modern take on the Grimm Brother’s original fairytale, about an imp-like creature who makes a deal with a miller’s daughter, spinning straw into gold in return for her valuables. Co-produced...

December 13, 2018

I had the pleasure of speaking to the imaginative, talented, and creative Carl Strathie about his debut feature film, Solis. It tells the poignant story of Troy Holloway (Steven Ogg), a man trapped in an escape pod hurling closer to the sun whilst he suffers the physic...

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