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Melissa Edmundson’s short story collection, Women’s Weird, is full of literary greats such as Edith Wharton, May Sinclair and Edith Nesbit. Their stories are packed with ghosts, ghouls and weird occurrences, but, says Gabriela Frost, the most chilling aspect is the social treatment of women.
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Breathtakingly sublime sets and deft, sensitive choreography reveal the dark extremes of the human psyche in Frankenstein, the Royal Ballet’s latest co-creation with San Francisco Ballet.
Read More “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein by the Royal Ballet and San Francisco Ballet, at the Royal Opera House”