Review: Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, National Gallery

The National Gallery’s exhibition examining the influence of Eugene Delacroix on other artists is absorbing and detailed from beginning to end.  Delacroix at the beginning of his last diary entry claimed that painting should primarily be a “feast for the eyes”and his argument is more than amply proved in this exquisite exhibition at the National… Read More

Review Roundup…Hand to God @Vaudeville Theatre

Robert Askins’s play transfers to London’s Vaudeville Theatre, starring Harry Melling, Jemima Rooper and Janie Dee. But what have opinions for the show been like?  The Guardian: ** Michael Billington wrote that: “it strikes me as a coarse, crude satire.” The Stage: * Mark Shenton found that: “The production is slow to ignite and quick… Read More

REVIEW: Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern

This bold and fascinating exhibition exploring the relationship between photography and performance has plenty to offer those who love photography and those who are willing to experiment.  Yet again, Tate Modern has produced another mammoth exhibition that really gets to the heart of art. In this case, Performing for the Camera looks closely at how important… Read More

PREVIEW:The Bodyguard: The Musical @New Victoria Theatre

The hit production which has recently announced its return to the West End, continues on its UK tour, arriving at the New Victoria Theatre from the 29th March to the 9th April.  Starring Alexandra Burke and based on the hit film starring Whitney Houston, the musical features all of Houston’s biggest hits including: Saving All My… Read More