If you haven’t been to the Little Angel, then get it sorted. Seriously. It’s one of the few theatres in London where I can’t remember ever being disappointed by a show.
David Lan took on the enormous feat of raising £12.45m from 2002 onwards for the regeneration of the Young Vic theatre.
When I spoke to director Mike Tweddle, in rehearsal for the world premiere of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s new version of Hippolytus, I started by asking what drew him to Euripides’ tale of jealous gods, domestic disharmony and destructive sexual obsession. ‘We … Continued
Is it really possible to make a living and a lifestyle out of loving theatre?
Complicité’s new endeavour, Shun-kin, is a tale of love, obsession, devotion, and selflessness – one that will stay with me for a long time.
Understanding the ‘subtext’ of a play is to grapple with the tacit language of metaphor, understatement, pause and silence.
What does it take for a film to leave an indelible mark on our memory?
Modern theatre criticism has problems, and those problems are generational in nature. That’s the one overriding conclusion with which I left the Royal Court after Brickbats in Cyberspace, in which a panel of theatre critics, bloggers and theatre practitioners convened … Continued
Among the high-flying tech moguls of Silicon Valley Loren Feldman is something of an awkward rarity. He’s an agent-provocateur, a performer deft in the derrisory or to quote him in his own words, a “New York loud mouth kind of … Continued
The Event Horizon sculptures seemed to me to function along that painful and poignant artistic line which highlights the gap between the collective and individual experience.