The exclusion of the working class from the fields of arts and culture is nothing new. It Is impossible to deny the elitism of the film, TV, and radio industry when only a mere 12.4% […]
The film Leonardo: The Works is an Exhibition On Screen title, with limited release. The film discusses some of the most iconic works of Leonardo da Vinci. The film is unlike anything ever before put […]
If I was a fan of Phoebe Waller-Bridge before, now I’m truly obsessed. The National Theatre’s production of her extraordinary one-woman show Fleabag, which she wrote and performed, is every bit as thrillingly dark, witty […]
Madeleine Gauci Green reviews the brilliant Keith Haring exhibition at the iconic Tate Liverpool.
Lucy Woodhouse looks at what’s on at the Leeds Playhouse this autumn.
Although those of you reading this are lucky enough to be studying in one of the most vibrant and culturally enriched cities in the North, there is an abundance of things to discover just past […]
When the opportunity to interview artist Helen Gibson, or perhaps better known through her alias as The Perky Painter, presented itself I was keen to visit the Arch Café once more. I first met Helen […]
The Yorkshire Sculpture Festival will be taking place for the first time, this summer, from June 22nd to September 29th, it has been publicised as the UK’s largest festival dedicated to sculpture, and will be […]
What do a crowbar, a pinball machine and a Meissen ceramic sculpture all have in common? Ask your nearest fifteen year old – they might just surprise you with the answer
I myself am not a lover of beer, but I am certainly a lover of art. So, although the pleasure I receive when walking down the supermarket aisles is not related to the alcohol, there […]