Tag Archives: relationship

June 17

Winter – John Fosse and the words to say it. (Theatre Review)

Winter Old 505 Theatre 7 – 22 June You can grab your tickets here. If life is what happens when you’re making other plans, then surely communication is what happens when you say nothing, in the spaces between the patterned and circular repetitious lines we sprout that act as familiar signposts dedicated to the listeners […]

June 01

Only Lovers Left Alive – Jim Jarmusch and the dark Eden. (Film Review)

  Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive, a film that is so pathologically cool it practically argues for it as a brand of aestheticism, is the current manifestation of Jarmusch’s ongoing relationship between his artistic self (The Artist) and his heritage as an American, which he claims to be made up of a collection of […]

March 25

Lisa Chat’s with Mark Westbrook director of Stitching – Pt 1 (theatre article)

 Stitching  by Anthony Neilson Little Spoon Theatre Company Tap gallery 26 March through to 12 April You can buy your tickets here.  I have neither  seen nor read Anthony Neilson’s confronting 2002 play Stitching, so I am greatly looking forward to the Little Spoon presentation running at the Tap Gallery from March 26 through to […]

March 01

Le Weekend – Roger Michell and Hanif Kureishi bring back a little Godard. (Film Review)

Sometimes there is a thinness in who we purport to be. The post modern relief for anxiety is meant to be the project, our work, our relationship, our children, the stuff of life that we build are meant to give us meaning, not just occupy our time until we die, but one of the agonising […]

January 13

Her – Spike Jonze and the all white on line universe.

With its muted colours, its non fashion specific clothing, it’s ambiguous imaging of Los Angeles, and its floating camerwork, Spike Jonze has created a world that could be our past, our present or our future, particularly given how many white Anglo people he has walking around Shanghai, which is the real setting for Her. Underlying […]