Reviews

On September 30th, 2022

Review: Hallyu! The Korean Wave at the V&A – on now until 25 June 2023

Fashion, art, music and film come together in this stimulating and exciting one-of-a-kind exhibition celebrating pop culture of South Korea. Upon entering you are immediately struck by content –...

On September 23rd, 2022

Yellowman – Orange Tree Theatre, 5 Sept-8 Oct 22, Review

Yellowman directed by Diane Page and originally written by Dael Orlandersmith, maintains its relevance in a modern-day context, as it did when it was first adapted into a play in 2004. Set in South Ca...

On September 20th, 2022

Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics, Barbican Art Gallery, 8 Sept 22-8 Jan 23

Carnal, experimental, affronting: Barbican opens Body Politics, a major retrospective of American performance artist Carolee Schneemann. Born 1939, Schneemann was ahead of her time, often placing her ...

On September 14th, 2022

Glamrou at Soho Theatre, 5-10 Sept 2022, Review

A day after the passing of Britain’s longest-ruling monarch, I was coincidentally offered the chance to meet a lesser-known Queen at the Soho Theatre. This irony was not lost upon the eponymous Glam...

On September 2nd, 2022

Sarah Akinterinwa & Mary Darly: A Dialogue Exhibition at the Cartoon Museum hopes to spark women and girls to pursue creative careers and share their art with the world

Taking the cartoon industry to new levels, Sarah Akinterinwa is an editorial illustrator, character designer, graphic designer, fine artist, and the first black British woman to become a New Yorker Ma...

On September 1st, 2022

Beyond Bollywood – Peacock Theatre, Sadlers Wells Review

Premiering at the Peacock Theatre, Beyond Bollywood, is a colourful performance, taking the audience on a journey through Indian culture, dance and music, flaunting the vibrancy of Bollywood....

On September 1st, 2022

DOMITIUS Musical – Review

And yet, when watching Henry Gu Cao’s Domitius the musical, I had no idea what to expect....

On August 31st, 2022

Folk Funk and Trippy Troubadours: Vol. 1, by Paul Hillery – Album Review

I’ve never met him, but that’s the impression I get from listening to his compilation of Folk Funk and Trippy Troubadours. ...

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