Jeanie Finlay’s Pantomime The atmosphere at the Première of Jeanie Finlay’s lastest documentary, Pantomime, lived up to the film’s title.
In a world saturated with pictures, the work of artists is very vulnerable and very important –vulnerable because it
The fourth Regular Marvel is called The Light Ships: Church, art and community in the Lincolnshire Fens. It will be
The Independent Theatre Council is celebrating its 40th birthday today, with an event at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
Nicole & Martin live in a caravan: it may be the least interesting thing about them. People who live settled
Words captivated me first: then stories. As a small child, I didn’t always follow the story or care if I
In 1841, a young father and musician was kidnapped in Washington DC, shipped in chains to New Orleans and sold
Human beings exist in language. Words and people change each other constantly. The meaning of words shifts as they slip
Why do writers quote other writers? The reasons are complex, and do not preclude such weaknesses as showing off—no one
Who am I? It is one of the basic existential questions that human beings have been asking themselves since they