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Isabel Davis on Yerma

Isabel Davis on Yerma Last year I queued along The Cut at the Young Vic Theatre for returns to see Yerma, an adaptation of the Federico García Lorca play by Simon Stone. There weren’t any. But this week I had the chance to see it

Daragh Carville on Girl from the North Country

Daragh Carville on Girl from the North Country Old Vic, August 2, 2017 On the night of August 2, it was impossible to watch Girl from the North Country, Conor McPherson’s new play incorporating the songs of Bob Dylan, without thinking of Sam Shepard, whose

Joseph Brooker on the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

Joseph Brooker on the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich Just to the North of the old centre of Munich is an expanse of land hosting several major art galleries. They include the Alte Pinakothek (apparently holding Old Masters, though I’ve not been in), the Neue Pinakothek

Daragh Carville in conversation with Ian Martin

Daragh Carville in conversation with Ian Martin The Storey Institute, Lancaster July 7, 2017 Warning: may contain swearing Comedy writer Ian Martin first came to public attention as the ‘swearing consultant’ for Armando Iannucci’s political satire The Thick of It (2005 – 2012). There’s a

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Martin Eve on Contemporary Slo-Mo Electro

Martin Eve catches up with Contemporary Slo-Mo Electro A certain colleague in the Department of English & Humanities frequently teases me about my love of “banging techno” – as he mischievously terms any bass-heavy contemporary electronic music to which I listen. Nevertheless, and as with