Category Archives: Theatre

The Subtle Beauty of Domestic Aesthetics

Over the past few days I’ve enjoyed three works, of film, theatre and creative non-fiction respectively, all of which had one thing in common: a preoccupation with domestic objects. Following this unexpected conflux of images from various sources, the role of … Continue reading

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Fairytales for Adults with Inner Children

I followed my own advice from a few weeks ago and continued my exploration of the art of storytelling by attending a show organised by the Crick Crack Club. Daniel Morden told traditional gypsy fairytales, having added some bits of … Continue reading

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Oh Stanislavski, You Depressing Old Man

I recently finished my first year at university. My favourite classes were in Drama, and it quite got me into playwriting. So for next year I wanted to sign up for classes on Scriptwriting and Shakespeare, but my course leader … Continue reading

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