All posts tagged Performance

Circolombia

“See us, hear us, feel us…boom! People are you ready? Circolombia’s in the room!” This is the catchy song that the performers begin with to create the vibrant energy that […]

The River Stage Festival 2018

This year’s press launch for the National Theatre’s annual River Stage Festival fell on the 6th June and was a groovy reminder of our nation’s rich variety of performance and […]

The Barbican Centre: a love affair with the arts

The Barbican is not just one thing. It’s architecture, it’s film, it’s music, it’s wining and dining, it’s performance, it’s dance, it’s art. In fact, I’d go as far as […]

Marie Naffah @ The Omeara

After joining the likes of Sam Smith, Ella Eyre and George Ezra as MTV’s Unsigned Artist in 2014, Marie Naffah has been busy: from selling out the Lexington to releasing […]

‘The Squash’ at the Tate Britain

No this exhibition is not inspired around squash as in the sport, or as in the Robinson’s fruit juice, but rather squash as in the vegetable. Quite frankly it is […]

REVIEW: Hookworms @ Electric Brixton

Energetic, succinct, and engaging – Hookworms’ live performance proves to keep 2018’s Microshift on dry land The past few years for Leeds-based five-piece Hookworms have been plagued by catastrophe. This […]

An Evening of Meat by Performance Artist Kate March

Anyone who knows me can attest to me being a dedicated vegetarian, so they might be surprised to find that when offered to attend a night out named An Evening […]

Don Lear, ‘New York used to be at my feet. Now it’s all gone to the dogs’

‘Oh, a storm is threat’ning My very life today If I don’t get some shelter Oh yeah, I’m gonna fade away’ Gloucester’s blinding ‘Gimme Shelter’ by the Rolling Stones, played […]

Basquiat Boom for Real

I hadn’t heard of Basquiat before this highly anticipated exhibition landed in the Barbican Art Gallery. In truth, it was because the photo of Basquiat with his Aaron helmet and […]