Everybody remembers their first time in the Roger Stevens building. Somehow, I had escaped meeting this mega-monument on my open day to Leeds, so it wasn’t until the timetabling gods allotted me the elusive “Roger […]
In Celebration of International Women’s Day, the arts team pay homage to some of our favourite female creatives.
As it is LGBT History Month this February, we have compiled a list of LGBTQ+ musical icons who continue to challenge the straight binary narrative of the music industry today. Brandi Carlile With the Annual […]
Nowadays, in a society which has grown increasingly accepting of different sexualities, Pride events are held across the country and attended by hundreds of thousands. In recent years, savvy businesses have devised ways to commodify […]
Chernobyl. The name doesn’t often crop up in slick advertisements, or in the dusty windows of foregone travel agents. Instead, it’s more likely associated with images of toxic waste, flashing warning symbols and widespread sickness […]
Fans are loyal towards their favourite characters. Often, the biggest backlash a director may face won’t be for changing their camera work or for switching up their staging, but rather, for changing the most noticeable […]
Bertold Brecht’s 1939 play, Mother Courage and Her Children, is regarded as one of the greatest anti-war plays of all time, and in the midst of Europe facing a refugee crisis, Brecht’s tale of traumatic […]