Thursday January 23, 2020

Culture Counter

17th November, 2019

Derek Jarman the set designer, gay rights activist, award-winning filmmaker and artist known as the Andy Warhol of London is enjoying popularity anew 25 years after his death. As well as the opening of a retrospective of his work in Imma on Friday last, the IFI is running a parallel programme of his films from December 3

The Canterbury Tales Chaucer’s 14th-century collection is the inspiration for the first play from critically acclaimed author Zadie Smith. Titled...

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