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.
Light and liberating.