As he celebrates six decades in entertainment, Merrill Osmond talks ‘offending’ the Queen, ice skating, and Saddam Hussein with Sam Bennett
15 - 19 February
In just two weeks' time, our digital School of Creativity will be throwing open its doors for another week of Put on a Zoom Play in a Week workshops! Our groups will spend five days creating
Remembering the Holocaust through film
Film has proved to be a powerful medium when it comes to insight and influence. For the Holocaust, film acts as a beacon, an unbridled archival reminder of the atrocities, and gives a platform for the survivors to tell their stories so generations never forget the evil committed.
Interview with film composer Sacha Puttnam on his early life and whats he's up to now.
OUTSIDE THE NORMAL RESTRICTIONS
From her home in Ladbroke Grove in December, Cerys Matthews tells Sam Bennett about her new record, hopefully the first in a series for Decca.
To mark the inauguration of President Biden on 20 January 2021, Zuleika Gallery is delighted to present ‘Unity’, an exhibition of work by the British artist and social historian, Nicola Green.
Edited by Benjamin Wolbergs
Art, more than anything, opens up the possibility of approaching one’s own sexuality beyond the limits imposed by taboos. Not only does it allow for a risk-free, playful exploration
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Award-winning site-responsive and leading digital theatre-makers Creation Theatre present a surreal and anarchic adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s classic.
Poetry, Perms, and Potatoes
This year, shortly before the publication of her debut collection, Antiemetic for Homesickness, Romalyn Ante gave us an insight into a few of its pieces.