Tagged: Naomi Adam
Himself fond of an animal analogy, in conversation Booker- winning author Ben Okri is best likened to a snail.
A polished and professional performance that stayed faithful to its film predecessor, but didn’t quite deliver its pizzazz.
Southport’s The Atkinson hosted a Dent-led exploration of meanings, malaphors, and explored the ‘million dollar question:’ why do we hate American English (y’all)?
Seven reasons to wander down to the Walker and take a deek * at the collected artworks of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his Weedgie milieu.
Experimenting with ‘a genre under-represented in theatre,’ nurse-turned-playwright Helen Jones penned a feminist-Gothic-Western for Liverpool’s Hope Street Theatre. Were all the hyphens worth the hype?
Southport Spotlights brought a slice of the Big Apple to the Little Theatre, courtesy of their latest production, ‘Funny Girl: The Musical.’