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Kathryn Cutler-MacKenzie talks to award-winning author Niven Govinden about his latest book Diary of a Film, the power and freedom of walking, the importance of the cinematic lens to his writing and assertive characters.
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Frankie Dytor takes a close look at the image of the father in the Barbican Art Gallery’s extended run of their hit show, Masculinities: Liberation through Photography.
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Over 50 international artists are exhibited in the Barbican’s exciting new show documenting the development, construction, performance and questioning of masculinity from the 1960s until now.
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The Place’s innovative dance festival, Resolution 2020, offers three works which explore the construction and performativity of gender, as well as the mental health issues facing young people today.
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Arts contributor Marion Beauchamp-Levet is enchanted by The Knot, the latest production from Didy Veldman’s company Umanoove.
Read More “Review of Didy Veldman’s Umanoove in The Knot at the Mumford Theatre, Cambridge”