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Review - Medea at the National Theatre

Other interpretations: Ian FosterPoly GannibaBillington on Medea’s contradictions. Coveney is insightful and creates impressive sentences like ‘an Attic architectural scale with the bland anomie of a transient city existence’ (Michael, she’s called Kreusa rather than Glauce for 2 reasons – 1. 1,132 more words


I'm inside your mouth

When the world
Stops for snow
When you laugh
I’m inside
Your mouth

Sucking the sun
Baboons and birds
With the weight
Of you dear… 10 more words


Review: Medea (starring Helen McCrory), at the National theatre, Olivier stage

Plainingly speaking, there are two reasons why the National theatre production of Medea* is all shades of brilliant: The first reason is Helen McCrory. The second reason is everything else. 626 more words



Goldfrapp performing ‘Ride a white horse’ at Inne Brzmienia festival in Lublin on 13th July 2014. Even though the concert was shortened by nearly an hour, it was still beyond awesome. 48 more words


So the last time I talked about Goldfrapp, I talked about Black Cherry. And there was this interesting review of the album I came across that summarized it as “a soundtrack to excruciatingly banal seduction.” That review came from Pitchfork (ha) so take it with a grain of salt. 1,292 more words