All posts tagged post-war



★★★★★ “It oozes spellbinding beauty.” Jonny Greenwood’s soundtrack to Phantom Thread marks his fourth collaboration with the director Paul Thomas Anderson. And what a pair these two make. Both are […]

For Music Lovers: Kerouac’s On the Road

On the Road, written by Jack Kerouac, is considered a defining work of the post-war period. Now, in case you are one of the few that has never heard of […]

A Very Knotty Hobby

Knitting often summons images up in your mind of your Granny clicking away in her armchair, and by Christmas you have an unfashionable woolly and lumpy jumper to add to […]


Art Up Close: ‘Leap into the Void’ by Yves Klein

This article was originally intended to be part of a review for Performing for the Camera, an exhibition held at the Tate Modern, which ended 13th June this year. The […]