Designing the regular marvel books is always enjoyable. Visual judgements involve a different part of the mind to writing, and
I once bought a six-volume set of Clarendon’s History of the Rebellion. It had been printed in 1717, less than
Is artistic excellence really incompatible with social purpose? It’s an argument I’ve heard throughout my working life but it has
A delight in useless beauty is part of what makes us human. Walking down a street in Mannheim yesterday, I
The Regular Marvels idea started in 2011, with the project about West Bromwich Operatic Society that became Where We Dream.
I have written about Mike White before. He belongs to the quiet army of artists and creative people who’ve nurtured
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.