Arts & Culture
Hattie Banfield review’s Matthew Spangler’s adaption of Khaled Housseini’s ‘The Kite Runner’.
In the early 1960’s, the London arts scene was producing a new kind of sculpture; alive with dynamic structures and vibrant colours, new materials, techniques and ideas, the New Generation was rejecting the plinth and bringing their work down to the human scale of the exhibition space itself. Decades later, Kaleidoscope brings that same attitude […]
The UK’s Music Documentary Festival returns to Liverpool for six days this March with an extended programme of premiere films on everything from Manchester’s infamous electronic scene, to the lack of female representation in the music industry, .
Eve Seymour reviews ‘People, Places and Things’ at Liverpool’s Playhouse.
Credit: English National Ballet ——————— The English National Ballet are world famous for their performances and the choreographer, Akram Kham’s interpretation of ‘Giselle’ did not disappoint. The original story of Giselle is based on a love forbidden by society and follows the life of Giselle, who has just lost her job due to closure of […]
The Walker Art Gallery as a commemoration of 50 years since the partial decriminalization of male homosexual acts in England and Wales. This brought together a collection of artists including Grayson Perry, Andy Warhol, and Francis Bacon, with over 80 pieces, that explore sexuality and gender identity.
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