“It’s hack-work, pure and simple”: Stewart Pringle on Julian Fellowes’ insipid musical version of Kenneth Grahame’s classic.
In response to True Spirit, a touring showcase of British mediums, at Epsom Playhouse, Stewart Pringle foresees a time when clairvoyance will be taken seriously as show-business.
“The Encounter is an absolutely spectacular and absolutely state-of-the-art framework for one of the oldest colonial narratives – the white man’s journey into the unknown.”
Andrew Scott and David Dawson, fierce and glimmering.
The protagonist of her own life.
Magic with a message.
Tragic and electrifying.
New work by Season Butler, Kate McIntosh, & Selina Thompson at Birmingham’s international festival of live art.
Stewart Pringle reviews the new collection of ‘Performance Texts’ by Action Hero, published by Oberon Books.
A beautiful, chewy love-letter.
Stewart Pringle reports back from a weekend in Darlington for a mythical mirror beast of a festival.
Hard to say, but Tom Wicker and Stewart Pringle might be a little bit excited about an announcement from surreal comedy mongers Kill The Beast.
Stewart Pringle speaks to Sarah Chew about Lilac Wine, her drag fairytale of modern Iran.