Where to begin? Lazarus is a musical by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, based off the book, The Man Who Fell To Earth by Walter Tevis. It͛s a fairly new […]
James Graham’s semi-nostalgic dramatisation of an already dramatic era in British political history makes its West End debut, whipping up a plot bursting with swift and hearty cynicism that cuts […]
As part of the Fashion and Style exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland, Kate and Helen Storey’s Dark Lung Dress is exhibited. Unlike much of the exhibition – which […]
London is currently at a great crossroads with regards to its art culture. On the one hand, the city still holds its renounced reputation, but is it becoming too expensive for […]
I went to see ‘One Night in Miami’ on Saturday night at the Donmar Warehouse, which follows a night in a motel in Miami, where Muhammad Ali, Malcom X, Sam […]
Over the summer I visited Amsterdam and coincided my visit with a trip to the Van Gogh Museum to see their recent exhibition On the Verge of Insanity. The exhibition combines his works with pieces documenting the development and presence of his illness including the doctor’s note when he cut off his ear and the supposed gun he shot himself with. One of the most powerful effects of an exhibition is that it presents to you a train of thought to piece the works along and map the connections between a lifetime of art; so here is my run-down of the exhibition.
As a small child I lived for my weekly ballet and tap class, as I grew older this weekly class turned into a daily routine, something I lived and breathed […]