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While superhero films have been enjoying unprecedented success at the box office in the last decade, the source of characters like Iron Man, Batman...

Shotgun Theatre’s ‘Spring Awakening’ – Coming Soon

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...

100 Years of Bauhaus

The Bauhaus movement, formed in the 20th century, was rooted in concerns over manufacturing and its soullessness; the movement aimed to unite the soul...

Virtual Reality as Art

It is almost certain that virtual reality technology will proliferate into every aspect of modern life. A headset and a smart device allow for...

Local Play: FISSURE – by Hattie Collins

Can you love someone who represents everything you hate in the world? The world is in chaos. Hazel, a doctor, and Archer a space...

Art Classes: The Art of Snobbery

Class. Britain is obsessed with it. That divisive taboo, the weird networks of have-mores and have-lesses. Art in Britain often explores this obsession, frequently...

Creative Influences or Copyright?

Worthy words on collaboration: Artists like Diana Smith can make digital oil paintings out of computer code; sculptors are laying down their chisels and ordering...

Battle of the Beverage

Dry January is a contested concept amongst my friends, as it garners many different opinions, ranging from respect and admiration to detest and abhorrence....

Should Private Artworks by Artists be Posthumously Released?

Almost all of us by now will have read a novel or listened to a song which was left incomplete by its' creator. An artist...

Art as Therapy

In a report published earlier this year, it was revealed that domestic abuse issues cost the government £66 billion annually: an estimated two million...
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