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On June 28th, 2022

Deliluh, Live at Moth Club – Gig Review

Toronto’s Deliluh, until this point in time a four-piece, suddenly became a duo....

On June 24th, 2022

RA Schools Degree Show – Review

Each year the RA Schools offer 15 early-career artists the opportunity to study on its full-time, no-fee, three-year programme....

On June 21st, 2022

From the Forest: a Look into Natural Materials and the Climate Crisis – V&A Furniture Gallery Review

Until July 18th, 'From the Forest' is on display at the V&A’s furniture gallery questioning this phenomenon of the modern world and asking us what can the forest teach us? ...

On June 21st, 2022

‘That Is Not Who I Am’ – Royal Court Theatre Review

That Is Not Who I Am’ is running at the Royal Court Theatre until 16th July...

On June 17th, 2022

Martial Canterel – Shacklewell Arms Gig Review

Despite finding more success as one half of the marginally more polished sounding Xeno & Oaklander, Martial Canterel – the trochaic alter-ego of Brooklyn adoptee Sean McBride – antedates the forme...

On June 16th, 2022

The Still Room – Park Theatre Review

Funny, energetic and touching, “The Still Room” at Park Theatre depicts the tragicomedy of young women imprisoned by the norms of their social class and gender....

On June 15th, 2022

Brick Lane 1978, The Turning Point @ Four Corners Gallery: Spotlighting a Local History of Anti-Racist Protest

Brick Lane: The Turning Point is on at Four Corners until 10 September...

On June 14th, 2022

The Concrete Jungle Book – Pleasance Theatre Trust Review

“The Concrete Jungle Book” is a vibrant and surprising new take on Kipling’s classic, a somehow grim retelling of the childhood tale through rap, hip-hop and physical performances....