What is Luxury? Victoria and Albert Museum, Review

The Victoria and Albert Museum want to find out what luxury is in this latest exhibition as part of the joint V&A and Crafts Council series. From Aram Mooradian’s A Comprehensive Atlas of Gold Fictions to a laser-cut haute couture dress by Iris van Herpen, the display aims to expand visitor’s minds as to what… Read More

Artists Shortlisted for the BP Portrait Award 2015 Announced

The three artists who have been shortlisted for the 2015 prize have been announced today by the National Portrait Gallery. In the year that has seen the competition’s biggest level of entries, it is also the first time that the images of the portraits were submitted digitally for the initial stage of judging. Selected from… Read More

Reaction to the Tony Award Nominations

Now while I don’t follow what is happening in American Theatre as I do British Theatre (quite shamefully in fact) I have to admit looking at the nominations for this year’s Tony Awards I’m quite impressed. Now I have to admit that part of that is down to the fact there is quite a lot… Read More

Hit Production of George Orwell’s 1984 to Return to London

The adaptation created by Robert Icke and Duncan MacMillan will be coming to the Playhouse Theatre in London for a twelve week run before embarking on a brand new UK tour it has been announced. The Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre production enjoyed a successful run at the Playhouse Theatre in 2014 and will… Read More