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Sylvia Pankhurst the art student in her studio.

Sylvia - theatre review

A sold-out annex theatre was treated to Jacqueline Mulhallen’s moving, informative and funny performance, Sylvia, the radical Suffragette leader

  • Written by Martin Hall
  • Category: Arts Review

Theatre review: Angel

Angel is the deeply moving and memorable story of a heroic female Kurdish sniper in Syria

  • Written by Tom Griffiths
  • Category: Arts Review

Theatre review: Othello

The Globe's production of Shakespeare's play is tense and compelling, writes Tom Griffiths

  • Written by Tom Griffiths
  • Category: Arts Review
henrik ibsen

Theatre review: Hedda Gabler

Ibsen's play isn’t feminist, but the role is still one of the theatre’s most exciting female characters – brutal, mad and vengeful

  • Written by Tom Griffiths
  • Category: Arts Review
Costume designs, 1922

Eisenstein’s revolution in film

A new exhibition showcases the great revolutionary filmmaker's avant-garde films as well as sketches, his designs for the theatre and memorabilia

  • Written by Paul Rouhan
  • Category: Arts Review

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