Monthly Archives: February 2015
With the rapid rise of the surveillance state, our privacy is increasingly violated and our personal information exposed to a wider world. Or so the political jumping-off point for Theatre Ad Infinitum’s latest touring production, Light, would have us believe.Read the full story..
In the second of our series focusing on places to eat before the theatre, Rich Jevons goes to Leeds and visits three venues in walking distance of the West Yorkshire Playhouse: The Wardrobe, Kendells Bistro and Arts Café.Read the full story..
Daniel Evans, artistic director of Sheffield Theatres, has established a tradition of producing entire seasons dedicated to the work of one writer. But this month’s programme, which is devoted to the complete works of Sarah Kane, is a bit different.Read the full story..
In the second instalment of his marathon training blog, Northern Soul’s Drew Savage battles injury, embarks on physio and gets back on the road.Read the full story..
When I grow up I want to be a….rock drummer.Read the full story..
Although she’s written books and articles of all sorts, including a sequel to Rebecca, as well as winning the Whitbread, Somerset Maugham and John Llewelyn Rhys awards, and been shortlisted for the Booker Prize, writer Susan Hill is still probably best–known for her ghost story, The Woman in Black.Read the full story..
I can always tell when I’m about to enjoy a really special meal.Read the full story..
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