Reviews

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-Review

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. ...

On August 16th, 2022

Chasing Hares – Young Vic Theatre Review

At its heart, Chasing Hares is a drama exploring relationships and sacrifice - about one man navigating the line between morality and providing for his family....

On August 12th, 2022

In The Black Fantastic – Hayward Gallery Review

In The Black Fantastic exhibits multidisciplinary works exploring science fiction, spirituality, myth and Afrofuturism....

On August 11th, 2022

Grimeborn: Siegfried & Götterdämerung – Hackney Empire Review

Grimeborn is held at around the same time as the famous Glyndebourne festival each year...

On August 9th, 2022

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific – Sadler’s Wells Review

Based on the book titled 'Tales from the South Pacific', South Pacific was first adapted into a play by Rodgers and Hammerstein who first brought it to Broadway in 1949....

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