What if Hitler wrote a children’s novel?

World Book day was on Thursday: an annual event which passes most adults by. But for children it is the one day in the school calendar when the fantasy of book spills into reality. School children nationwide celebrated with elaborate costumes, carefully put together by keen parents. And in Kingston it was no different. Pictures […]

The One @ Soho Theatre

We all like to think that our relationships are unique, and no one else knows us quite as well. But for the couple in Vicky Jones’s award-winning debut play, it may just be true. Harry (Rufus Wright) and ex-student Jo (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), play by their own rules. They use playful lies to distract them from […]

Nymphomaniac Vols I & II film review

Director Lars Von Trier’s much-anticipated Nymphomaniac I and II suffer from a slight identity crisis. It poses questions like what is the difference between art-house and porn? What is the route of female sexuality? How can art feed into life? But the film never reaches climax and we never get any of these answers. Instead […]