Barbarian Productions’ latest show explores the dark divide between the 99 and the 1 percent.
Victor Rodger’s new play dramatises a funeral with a cultural and blackly comedic twist.
Alan Gilbert, Simon Rattle, and Rokia Traoré were among New York City’s cultural highlights in autumn 2014.
J.M.W Turner’s late masterpieces at the Tate Britain; Marian Goodman exhibits new and recent works by Gerhard Richter; plus, Steve McQueen’s new video installation courtesy of Thomas Dane Gallery.
At London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, a definitive retrospective of Horst P. Horst’s iconic fashion images, plus radical designs from the Russian avant-garde theatre.
Christopher Nolan’s love for the mosaic and manifold takes a step back in his new film, an empathetic study of human emotions and relationships.
Hayley Sproull explores the fears, anxieties, and humour of bi-cultural identity in her new fast paced, one woman comedy show.
On the lineage and legacy of Hayao Miyazaki’s most enduring film. Plus, Isao Takahata and a new Studio Ghibli showcase.
The Court Theatre’s new production explores the ridiculous nature of male-bonding rituals and what it means to be a man in the modern age.