Life Between Islands - Caribbean-British Art 1950s - Now at Tate Britain

Life Between Islands – Caribbean-British Art 1950s – Now at Tate Britain – Review – ★★★★★

Life Between Islands is a spectacular, frank but joyous celebration of the British-Caribbean diaspora that is long overdue.

5 Ways To Do Something Meaningful on Black Friday

5 Ways To Do Something Meaningful on Black Friday

Crass commercialism is ready to explode for a debauched Black Friday weekend of spending online and in shops all around London. Here’s 5 ways you can focus your energy on something meaningful this weekend…

Interview: Darren Raymond from Intermission Youth on Juliet & Romeo

Interview: Darren Raymond from Intermission Youth on Juliet & Romeo

We caught up with Intermission Youth Artistic Director Darren Raymond to talk about new show Juliet & Romeo.

Dracula: The Untold Story - Review – ★★★★½

Dracula: The Untold Story – Review – ★★★★½

Feminist anti-heroine Mina Harker takes centre stage in this visually stunning detective noir follow on to the vampire classic.

Alberto Maggini Diva's Boudoir

Interview: Alberto Maggini on New Installation with Performance ‘Diva’s Boudoir’

We caught up with Alberto Maggini to talk about Diva’s Boudoir an underground installation of paintings, ceramics and found materials coming to Deptford Does Art. Visitors are invited to descend into Maggini’s seductive realm where fallacy and reality flirt, merge and clash.

Athena at The Yard Theatre 2021 by Ana Rosales – Review

Athena at The Yard Theatre 2021 by Ana Rosales – Review

Many people have expectations or ideas when they hear Romeo and Juliet. It could be grand ideas of Elizabethan costumes or a tragic teen romance, but the recent production at Shakespeare’s Globe likely had many reassessing these ideas.