Posts Tagged ‘Garland’

Over the Rainbow

The Warhol Gallery at the Whitworth is just a wall of sound, amorphous and hard to discern.  There is an X on the floor in front of the set; when it is vacant you walk up and hand in your ‘admit one’ ticket.  FK Alexander prepares to one side, puts on her red shoes, her… Continue Reading →

Northern Lights Writer’s Conference 2015

As the boundaries between different forms of writing continue to blur – theatre, performance, spoken word, poetry increasingly overlap and draw on each other – the novel stands out as a separate form.  True, there are stage adaptations, most notably the Curious Incident and Let the Right One In.  And the Royal Exchange’s 2016 season… Continue Reading →