One of my clients is the UK’s primary black led Theatre Company – Talawa Theatre Company. It’s an inspiring and creative place to work. Their latest Production is King Lear. You may have heard about it. It’s causing quite a stir. The cast is amazing, featuring the great Don Warrington MBE, Miltos Yerolemou (Game ofContinue reading “King Lear”
There is a large house in Lewisham which for all the world looks like a cake – a cake smothered in brightly coloured icing.
How stunning are these images? The photographer Franck Bohbot has brilliantly captured the classic movie palaces of southern California … and what palaces they were! Wow – see the original pictures here.
Great dubstep reworking by Phutureprimitive of a superb song from Massive Attack and Elizabeth Fraser. … and then this by Vaeya which transports the song to Goa.
This is the work of a genius mind, taking London underground station names and weaving them into something akin to the Lord’s Prayer.
The vocal is a sample from Blossom Dearie’s ‘It Amazes Me’ recorded in 1958. Reinterpreted here by Les Balayeurs du Desert it assumes a feminist stance, never more so that when seen with this amazing video. Think of the compromises women often make so as not to ‘offend’ (mostly) men, and the analogy with puppetryContinue reading “PUPPETS, FEMINISM AND MUSIC …”
I love words. I love words because they carry meaning.
China, like India, is changing rapidly. The drivers of the change and the reactions to it differ between both countries. Rapid urbanisation, an increase in accesss to education and educational attainment and better health are just some of the causes and effects of these changes. Add to the mix a transition from production towards servicesContinue reading “Changing China”