Liv Adams rethinks the accepted regulations in museums that praise sight uniquely disregarding the other senses. ‘Do not touch’, a sign plastered over all art exhibitions. A phrase that sparks, without fail, a flicker of curiosity in me and, admittedly, some sense of fear over what could happen if I dared to poke the piece with the […]
Freda Worrell explores both the positive and negative impacts that reading can have on people with eating disorders.
Katie Worrell reviews ‘Black Men Walking”s ‘Poetry, Passion and Politics’ at Northcott Theatre.
The Art of Lying Down Erica Barnes analyses the “art” behind a trending photo of Jacob Rees-Mogg lounging on a bench in Parliament Brexit is everywhere, like an ugly case of chickenpox. If it were a virus then Jacob Rees-Mogg is the anti-vax mother. Searching for relief is perfectly human – and comedy is perhaps […]
Are the outfits worthy of being in a museum uniquely machines to make brands earn money?
Rebecca Winkle reviews David Mamet’s three-women comedy drama, ‘Boston Marriage’.
Lindsay Warner discusses the importance and rise of Climate Change Fiction.
Alexia Oerter’s short story about exam season.
Set in provincial 1891 Germany, with a backdrop of religious and parental repression, Spring Awakening is a daring exploration of adolescence and sexual awakening. a daring exploration of adolescence and sexual awakening Through the angsty and delicate rock score, a group of teenagers demonstrate the painful yet beautiful story of growing up, discovering new feelings and […]
Instagram is one of the most popular social media apps used to either show to your friends what you’re currently doing with your life or to start a blog. But it has also rapidly become a platform to express yourself, to share your art with a wider public. Whether this expression be through poetry, photography, […]