By Izzy Davies ‘It’s very much about millenials’: Rosie Fleeschman’s one-woman play Narcissist in the Mirror opened in January this year, adding a new voice to the rising genre of female-authored, first-person narratives […]
In a tiny village in the centre of York stands a 13-sided playhouse. We rush past stalls offering culinary delights, the pretty Elizabethan garden, and then the portaloos to the ‘groundlings’ entrance. […]
This article contains spoilers We eat meat. Animals are made of meat. Yet in the UK, veganism has grown by 360% over the last decade. In 2017, Netflix released Okja by Bong […]
by Stephanie Dale Imagine considering the world through film. Imagine simply stopping and paying attention to what the world has to say. That’s what Cherie Federico, director of Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF), […]
The devil may wear Prada, but Anna Wintour is the embodiment of a successful business woman, as shown in The September Issue.
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Becca Challis Mexico, 1914. Not the typical setting for my favourite of Shakespeare’s comedies Much Ado About Nothing. However, as my eyes wandered over the set – a derelict train carriage with […]
A collection of essays addressed to our post-truth expectations. Samuel Bowell John Berger’s last collection of essays was published in October of 2016. The following month the Oxford English Dictionary authorized a […]