Angels in America

To say the National Theatre’s revival of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America has been hotly anticipated, is an understatement. It was an instant sell out and boasts a heavy weight, award winning team. The play is divided into two parts – The Millennium Approaches and Perestroika. So, does the 7-hour double bill live up to…

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#MakeScienceCoolAgain – just how damaging is scientific inaccessibility?

The March for Science took place in cities across the world yesterday, with Washington’s protest seeing tens of thousands in attendance. People poured onto the streets in defiance of the impending budget cuts to research, vocalising the importance of science both on personal, and universal levels. However, in the midst of this positive solidarity, I was particularly struck…

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Brutalism’s revival: The forgotten ethics

Brutalism, identified by its chunky peculiarity and concrete oddity is both adored and loathed, understood and condemned. But as its national demolition is routinely being called for, an insurgence in its popularity has emerged, only to illuminate the current isolation between politics and architecture – a relationship once intrinsic to our fabric of life.

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