Suffragette Summer Party - Wilding Festival

The Wilding Festival was a four day multi-arts festival centred in and around St George’s Church, Bloomsbury inspired by the remarkable story of suffragette Emily Wilding Davison on the 100th anniversary of her death.

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Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Palace - Art exhibition review

Victoria and Albert Museum, Porter Gallery 18 June to 20 October 2013 : An intriguing if not always effective multi-dimensional exhibition that makes graphic art and illustration come to life via the conceit of a ‘walk-in story,’ Memory Palace, specially commissioned by the V&A.

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The Amen Corner - theatre review

The National Theatre Production of ‘The Amen Corner’ by James Baldwin playing until 14th August, the Olivier Theatre.

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4

The Taming of the Shrew - theatre review

All female production at The Globe. ‘But now I see our lances are but straws.’

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4

A Collection of Hormones - poetry review

"intriguing, incredibly strong piece of literature from a debut poet" published by Grange House publishers.

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3

Let the Right One In - theatre review

A National Theatre of Scotland production in association with Dundee Rep until 29th June 2013.

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3

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Having A Play: Playwrights on playwriting in the last 25 years

Playwrights Alecky Blythe, Lucy Kirkwood, Conor McPherson and Nicholas Wright discuss playwriting.

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Juana In A Million – Theatre Review

"emotionally and intellectually engrossing" At Southwark Playhouse until 15th June 2013

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5

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The Rules - Theatre Review

Sprocket Theatre at Old Red Lion - Monday 3rd June 2013

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4

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A Picture of Dorian Gray – theatre review

Laura Pradelska plays an enigmatic and seductive Dorian Gray in Rob Johnston’s modern take on the classic Oscar Wilde story.

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4

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