The impact of 1917 on global culture is as strong as ever, says MIKE QUILLE
Saturday 4th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Dana Naomy Mills reflects on how the great dance innovator ISADORA DUNCAN was inspired by her time in the first workers’ state
78/52 (15)Directed by Alexandre O Philippe4/5
YEARS ago on a TV programme, Janet Leigh watched herself in the iconic shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. Impressively, Leigh looked shocked and scared by a...
Friday 3rd Nov 2017
MARIA DUARTE sees a disturbing reinterpretation of a Greek myth by Yorgos Lanthimos
Well Versed is edited by Jody Porter
Thursday 2nd Nov 2017
posted by Jody Porter in Arts
Fishskin TrousersPark Theatre, London4/5
ELIZABETH KUTI’S excellent Fishskin Trousers, which premiered at the Finborough Theatre in 2013, fully deserves this revival with the same cast and creative team.
Evan Parker, Mat Maneri and Lucian BanThe Vortex, London4/5
THE VORTEX in Hackney, east London — itself a vibrant multicultural area — is the setting for this truly internationalist trio. Pianist Lucian Ban is from Seaca, a Transylvanian village in Romania,...
P.A.R.A.D.E.Millennium Centre, Cardiff5/5
ORIGINALLY staged by Les Ballets Russes in 1917, with Serge Diaghilev as choreographer and Pablo Picasso as set designer, this updated version of the revolutionary dance-theatre...
MARY CONWAY recommends a play linking the physicist’s quest for truth with the cosmic chaos lurking beneath the surface of four 20th-century icons
Dream WifeScala, London4/5
“I’VE got a bloody lip and love in my heart!”
That’s the call from Rakel Mjoll, lead singer of Dream Wife, who’s just clambered back onstage after surfing the crowd as a quick-fire and explosive set at...
Wednesday 1st Nov 2017