An engaging tearjerker of a radio drama. The Old Lie written and directed by Rory Yeates is a stunning thought-provoking drama that is a must watch (or listen) for not just University of Leeds students, […]
The Robin Hood Pantomime is set to go ahead this Christmas, in Birmingham. Sarah Garraway unpacks what effects social distancing might have on one of our favourite holiday pastimes.
Ahead of their upcoming final-year performance project, we caught up two members of the Off the Page Theatre Company, Hannah Rooney and Chloe Robinson, to discuss the creative process of their show Pareidolia, and how […]
Our wonderful In The Middle Associate Alex Gibbon interviews Leeds-based Gondal Theatre Company as they prepare for their upcoming performance of The Glass Bell!
Maryam Jameela unpacks the prejudice behind the government’s latest Arts Funding programme and what it means for the future of our culture.
Arts and Culture writer Marjolaine Marsile details important historical figures in both Black History and Black Art. Joséphine Baker The incredible ‘J’ai deux amours, mon pays et Paris‘ was sung by an African-American French woman […]
Some of you guessed right, it’s the Arts. As for those who didn’t, the effects of growing up in post-2008 Britain are showing themselves nicely. For those that guessed ‘Police’, I’m sorry. The government has […]
Hyde Park Book Club Book Club is a great spot for either a chilled pint with friends or a great opportunity to pick up a book from their selection of great non-fiction and fiction. Over […]
After a strange year of makeshift livestreamed gigs and endless viral challenges to do at home, people from all walks of the creative industries have had to find new and inventive ways to keep their […]
This was a show of many levels, some literal and others more metaphorical. The set was composed of multiple raised platforms that moved through the audience, including them in this modern interpretation of Shakespeare. The […]
Hamilton has rightly earned its acclaim as game-changing and renegade theatre. With its eighteenth-century Founding Fathers rapping their way through the construction of America and a cast that is largely made up of actors of […]
Sarah Mortimore reviews Northern Ballet’s new production Geisha.