By Eleanor Dye and Jemima D’Souza. A review of James Acaster’s Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 – 31st October 2019 in the Gala Theatre, Durham.
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By Eleanor Dye. In this review of ‘Death comes to Pemberly’, Eleanor discusses what happens when the world of an Agatha Christie ‘whodunnit’ murder mystery is brought to Darcy and Elizabeth’s Pemberley.
By Eleanor Dye. Edward Muir wrote poetry at the beginning of the 20th Century, but his works contain powerful visions of ecological disaster that are almost prophetic of our situation today.
By Eleanor Dye. Sanditon is Austen’s unfinished novel from 1817. Now that the overlooked novel is making its way to our screens we take a look at why it deserves more credit.
By Eleanor Dye. February saw two performances of ‘Northanger Abbey’ by Castle Theatre Company in Durham Castle that immersed the audience in the world of Austen.
By Eleanor Dye. Miller was a controversial figure, yet in 2019, with a sensational series of four Arthur Miller plays due on the London stage, there seems to have been an overwhelming resurge of Miller’s popularity: more so, his status as the writer of American classics. What changed?
The Turner Art Prize is the UK’s most publicised art award. Organised by the Tate art gallery and awarded annually to a British visual artist, it has often made headlines for controversy more so than for innovative mediums.