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LIVE Review: Sunn O))) & Hildur Guðnadóttir (Convergence, London)

“Maximum volume yields maximum results” – an audio philosophy immortalized and forcefully carved in stone by drone metal group Sunn O))). Needless to say their show at the Barbican Centre in London reminded each and every attendee of this philosophy, flooding the venue with sonic concrete and drowning every man, woman and child in the ecstasy of the gaping aural abyss. 1,272 more words


World Theatre Day

by Chara Kitsaki

“The stage is a magic circle where only the most real things happen, a neutral territory outside the jurisdiction of Fate where stars may be crossed with impunity.

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See: Barbican

Award-Winning Architecture

The Barbican’s a bit like Marmite: you either love it or hate it. But whatever your stance, there’s no denying that this broad-shouldered, brutalist beauty – home to a thriving arts centre, schools, restaurants, shops and more than 2,000 apartments – is an architectural feat. 165 more words


Roman Tragedies @ Barbican: Lend Me Your Ears

How do you even attempt to write about Roman Tragedies? It’s become one of the defining theatre-pieces of the age since its premiere a decade ago. 2,165 more words


First impressions

Happy Sunday folks,

So this is it, i am on my way to the airport after 2 great days of good cinema. First impressions- a lot to take in. 330 more words


London, near the Barbican

Recently, I have been getting into these more vernacular sort of shots. Normally, I like to see people in them (other shots on the negative of this scene did have people in it).

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