Theatre Review: You Stupid Darkness! by Sam Steiner

Community and culture correspondent Julie Bird reviews You Stupid Darkness! by Sam Steiner, Southwark Playhouse, SE1 You Stupid Darkness, the first performance of which took place on 7 February 2019  at Theatre Royal Plymouth, transferred to Southwark Playhouse in London in January 2020 and is running until 22 February. The play focuses on four volunteers … More Theatre Review: You Stupid Darkness! by Sam Steiner

#SpotlightOn Artist Andrew McIntosh, ‘I Saw This Coming’

Andrew McIntosh is a British artist whose new body of work re-contextualises derelict buildings in south east London, drawing on his ongoing interest in the political dispute between artists and the inevitable developments of the property market. As a fan of Urban Decay and Derelict Art, one favourite artist being J Bennett Fitts,  I was keen … More #SpotlightOn Artist Andrew McIntosh, ‘I Saw This Coming’

Support Future Green Spaces – Sprout Up CrowdFunder to Create RHS Hampton Court Flower Show Garden

Sprout Up is a garden design company that volunteers to help local schools and children’s nurseries have better outdoor spaces so children can freely access nature.  However, in the cold light of day, lack of time and funds often means that not enough children are being reached to make a lasting difference. Last year, Sprout … More Support Future Green Spaces – Sprout Up CrowdFunder to Create RHS Hampton Court Flower Show Garden

#SpotlightOn Artist Andy Holden’s Laws of Motion at The Cinema Museum, Kennington, London

That’s not all folks! Artist Andy Holden invites you to re-live your childhood love of cartoons and walks us through the ten rules of motion in an animated landscape. We dropped in to see Andy at The Cinema Museum, a unique, historic space devoted to keeping alive the spirit of cinema. By Rosanna Head. Tell … More #SpotlightOn Artist Andy Holden’s Laws of Motion at The Cinema Museum, Kennington, London