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The actor talks motion capture in the RSC’s The Tempest. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here Advertisements
Three experts in studying the future share their wisdom. Read my full Oryx magazine article here
Who do you trust? The EU Referendum campaign has exposed a mounting suspicion of the establishment, from financial institutions to press and politicians, and our sense of nationhood has never been murkier. But if we cease to believe in anything, … Continue reading
Teenagers lie – that’s nothing new. But are the activities they’re concealing from anxious parents in this oversharing digital age more extreme, more likely to define their lives and those of the people around them? James Fritz’s 90-minute debut, the … Continue reading
Highlights of my March MoveTo Town and Country Arts page: Pick of the month: The female gaze Forward-thinking women working in architecture, urban and landscape design are showcased at Roca London Gallery Don’t miss: Grand designs The 2015 Designs of the Year include self-driving cars, skyscraper … Continue reading
Torben Betts maintains the fine tradition of mentor Alan Ayckbourn by analysing social divisions and modern malaise via the dinner party from hell in his fiery 2012 comedy. North London urbanite hosts Jess (Annabel Bates) and Mat (Jack Johns) boast … Continue reading