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Acclaimed poet Rebecca Tamás talks to our arts contributor, Maz Hedgehog, about her highly anticipated book
WITCH, female Christian mystics, vulnerability and the writers who’ve influenced her work. Read More “Interview with Acclaimed Poet, Rebecca Tamás – ‘No-one is ‘not a poetry person’; you just need to find the right writers who speak about things that interest you’”
Helen Oyeyemi’s latest novel,
Gingerbread, surreally blurs fact and fiction in a tale involving three generations of women who love to bake. Read More “Helen Oyeyemi’s Gingerbread – a surreal and fantastical story about mother-daughter relationships”
The arrival of Captain Marvel heralds a new era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe – one that finally allows me, and millions of other moviegoers, to see ourselves in MCU superheroes.
Read More “Captain Marvel: The Hero We’ve Been Waiting For”
Writer and independent researcher, Sumaya Kassim, looks at how film is being used to explore what diaspora, issues of transnational belonging and British national identity mean to Arab womxn and non-binary film-makers.
Read More “Diaspora Daydreams: Storytelling, Solidarity and Survival in our Films”
Dangerous women, failed relationships, melancholic landscapes and the death of loved ones all haunt the work of artist Edvard Munch, as seen in the British Museum’s latest exhibition.
Read More “Edvard Munch: Love and Angst at The British Museum”
Breakin’ Convention 2019, a specially curated international festival of hip hop dance theatre, brings together performers, artists, choreographers, DJs and educators from all over the world for four days of exceptional dance and music.
Read More “Breakin’ Convention 2019 at Sadler’s Wells – Love, Hope and Healing from the Next Generation of Hip Hop Dance Theatre Talent”
The National Theatre’s latest adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel,
Small Island, offers a powerful and poignant exploration of identity, home and belonging. Read More “Andrea Levy’s Small Island at the National Theatre”
Daisy Johnson’s 2018 Man Booker-shortlisted novel,
Everything Under, rewrites the Oedipus myth into a mother-daughter story set in an eerie, waterlogged world. Read More “Daisy Johnson’s Everything Under – a clever, murky retelling of the Oedipus myth”