Critic

Farmer's Daughter, Los Angeles

Richard Brownlie-Marshall | Posted 04.07.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Richard Brownlie-Marshall

When visiting Los Angeles it's hard to decide which area to call home. Are you more Bellini's in Beverley Hills or happy hour in WeHo, the pavements in Downtown or the sand of Long Beach. And if you think area is difficult, the next step is choosing the right hotel. Los Angeles has something for everyone, and on my most recent trip, I discovered that there's no place quite like Farmer's Daughter.

Why Art?

James Dann | Posted 27.03.2016 | UK Comedy
James Dann

Why Art? James Dann - Nude Tin Can Gallery from James on Vimeo. An in-depth exploration into the virtues, velocity and vengeance that exists within t...

In Defence of the Critic

Marianka Swain | Posted 12.11.2013 | UK
Marianka Swain

Conversely, whether in print or online, critics with experience, expertise and a sense of responsibility should be championed. Those guiding voices make an essential contribution, with respected critical approbation translating into financial backing for many institutions and projects, and new voices handed a megaphone.

Interview with Joyce McMillan - 'I Think it's a Pretty Ancient Profession - It's Not Quite Prostitution But it has Same Degree of Antiquity'

Andrew Learmonth | Posted 08.01.2013 | Home
Andrew Learmonth

Theatre is the most collaborative of all the arts. Productions will often have at least two or three and often ten or twenty or thirty or forty people working on them for months if not years.

Tintin: The Question is Whether I'll Beat the Kids to the Bookshop Tomorrow.

Rupert Duffy | Posted 26.12.2011 | UK Entertainment
Rupert Duffy

As a 10 year old at a birthday party, a carefully sculpted cowlick and trousers tucked into socks was testament to how much I liked Tintin.