Comets – Review

https://youtu.be/TqNaurZL6Xg Directed by Tamar Shavgulidze Georgia / 2019 / 71 mins ★★★ What could have been, what might have been and all of the things we’ll never know; reflection and regrets are the final killers in life, looking back at the way we squandered moments and now come to realise their significance – perhaps no … Continue reading Comets – Review

Gash Theatre Gets Ghosts – Camden People’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/el4UFXjT8yM Created by Maddie Flint and Nathalie Ellis-Einhorn ★★★ In 2017 Merriam-Webster and the Oxford Dictionary updated the term ‘ghosting’ beyond the previous association with static television. The act of silencing communications with a personal relationship, to ghost someone, has become synonymous with quick hook-ups and avoidance of social responsibilities. But there’s something more meticulously … Continue reading Gash Theatre Gets Ghosts – Camden People’s Theatre

Late Night Staring at High-Red Pixels – Finborough Theatre

Written by Athena Stevens Directed by Lily McLeish ★★★★ Hands up if you’ve ever sent a nude photo. Careless fun, intimate and a solidifying sign of trust in our partners or potential lovers. But what happens when someone violates consent and shows this photo to their best-friend – harmless fun, right? When A is shown … Continue reading Late Night Staring at High-Red Pixels – Finborough Theatre

GirlPlay – The Space UK

Written by Sarah Richardson Directed by Ciara Elizabeth Smyth ★★★★★ Perplexing though it may be, sex is still a taboo subject for many people. People with ‘cringing’ attitudes towards women’s autonomy, exploration and understanding of their bodies through masturbation, and physical interactions with others.  GirlPlay undresses the ideas of keeping sex and love in the bedroom, moving … Continue reading GirlPlay – The Space UK

Herself – London Film Festival

https://youtu.be/O9kfZkx9lfY Written by Clare Dunne Directed by Phillipa Lloyd ★★★ From the insipid musical diabetes which is Mamma Mia! To the politically ambiguous The Iron Lady, film and theatre director Phyllida Lloyd is nothing if not versatile. Seeking to avoid the large scale filmmaking ventures of the past, Lloyd’s release of Herself entrusts itself to the daily exhaustion women, and … Continue reading Herself – London Film Festival