Spoken word artist Sean Mahoney’s one-man show bobs and weaves through the punches of boyhood. Advertisements
Hell is human in the RSC’s Faustian nightmare.
The latest Gifford’s show to pitch up and paint carnival colours on the sandy limestone of the Cotswolds Hills, The Painted Wagon is an old-school circus for new-school cowboys.
Part of UTOPIA 2016, Pick Me Up is London’s annual festival dedicated to international graphic arts. During a two week run, emerging and established designers take over the South Wing of Somerset House with pop-up shops and public workshops, taking the capital A out of art with a participatory approach and playful sense of humour.
Q & A with Vanhessa, co-founder of the award-winning collective and all round professional babe.
Classical ballet is strange and unknown territory to me, yet somehow I got myself to a matinee of Kenneth MacMillan’s 1965 Romeo and Juliet – one of the most traditional ballets I could lay my finger on. Braced for baptism of fire, I made it out with no harm done besides a little cathartic soul-stirring.