Tag Archives: Kelsey Lee

June 03

Normal – Society as the hysteric. (Theatre Review)

Normal The Uncertainty Principle and The Old 505 Theatre 29 May – 15 June You can grab your tickets here Currently showing at the 505 Theatre in Newtown is Katie Pollock’s Normal, a fascinating examination of the way that societal pressures can impose themselves upon the bodies of the unsuspecting, or in this case, young […]

May 10

Extinction of the Learned Response – Emme Hoy brings Derrida and H.G. Wells together at last. (Theatre Review)

Extinction of the Learned Response Glitterbomb and Belvoir 25a 7 – 25 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Jasmin Simmons For Freud, an irreconcilable rift between humans and animals stemmed from something he termed ‘primal parricide’ in Totem and Taboo. This notion further explored through Derrida’s theories around carnophallogocentrism becomes a source of […]

March 25

Fierce – The truly sublime Real of football. (Theatre Review)

Fierce The Old Fitz Theare March 20 to April 13. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley In her notes on the play, writer Jane e Thompson tells us that she asked herself a question: “What would happen if a woman was good enough to compete against men at the highest level in […]