THEATRE REVIEW: Sea Wall with Andrew Scott at Dublin Theatre Festival

Facing the SEA WALL twice….. review by Sabine Koch  I had the good fortune to see Andrew Scott live on stage last year in London for the Simon Stephens play BIRDLAND at the Royal Court Theatre. It was a wonderful experience, one of the best I had in a theatre – ever. So when I […]

Alan Chapman “Polite Paparazzo” in the Frame

Famed photographer Alan Chapman has launched a classy coffee table book called Frame. It’s a who’s who of movie icons, rock stars and those who captured our hearts over the last few decades. Sophia Loren, in an iconic portrait, Jack Nicholson – a hard-edged take on the mask required to face the flash bulbs, wild woman Courtney Love […]

MOVIE: Valentine’s Odd Couples + Gosling Double

Lovers, haters, odd couples, romantics, rebels – there’s something for everyone this Valentine’s season with The Nomad Cinema, a roaming pop-up cinema that gives 100% of profits to The Sustainability Institute, in South Africa. We love movies and this looks great – a good cause and cool settings too. The Valentine’s series at The LookOut, Hyde Park […]

MOVIE: Love Is Strange

Four decades into their relationship, Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) can finally marry.  However, their vows are tested shortly afterwards when George loses his job and the couple are forced to live apart.  Separated and suddenly reliant on friends and family, George and Ben must navigate a new world. From writer and director […]

ART REVIEW: From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia

The first UK exhibition dedicated to Emily Carr (1871 – 1945), a pioneer modernist inspired by the indigenous peoples of the Northwest Coast who became one of Canada’s best-loved artists. It is astounding and devastating; leaving the viewer with profound melancholy. The tribes and the trees suffered and she was there to capture the aftermath. […]

Dreaming In Code – Contemporary Dance from 2FACED DANCE

2FACED DANCE founded by award-winning Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald, is one of the UK’s leading, all male, urban dance companies whose brand new double bill, ‘DREAMING IN CODE’ will be at the Place in London on March 10th and 11th as part of the UK tour. The new production consists of Milk Night – a poignant and […]

Who’s Who of Creative New York and Los Angeles for the US Launch of COS

To mark the launch of clothing brand COS in the US, film maker Aaron Rose has created ‘The Bubble’ and its response, ‘Drive Time’ by Petra Collins on the similarities and differences in New York/Los Angeles creative culture. Think New York as a dynamic bustling and brooding metropolis, Los Angeles the sunny, laissez-faire counterpart, home to fledgling talent and […]

‘Dispute’ the world’s first live mediation theatre production

A new theatre production that sees mediators resolving a dispute on stage between actors debuts at the Hen and Chickens Theatre, Highbury on February 18th.  ‘Dispute’, the world’s first live mediation theatre production, sees improvising actors playing people locked in a range of compelling high-stakes real-world disputes. Between the two sides are two professional mediators […]

BBC Earth Blue Planet in Concert

BBC Earth and composer George Fenton have joined forces with the world-renowned Philharmonia Orchestra to present Blue Planet in Concert on Thursday 22 January at the Royal Festival Hall, London The show is a live cinematic production with specially edited footage from the iconic BBC series, backed by a majestic and moving original score. Inspired […]

POST POP: EAST MEETS WEST

The Tsukanov Family Foundation and Saatchi Gallery present Post Pop: East Meets West, the first comprehensive exhibition examining why Pop Art, of all the twentieth century’s movements has had such a powerful influence over artists from world regions that had or still have very different and sometimes opposing ideologies. We were lucky to get invited to […]