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The Road to Serfdom

So, frequent collaborator, makeup artist and all-round creative whirlwind, Siwan Hill, called me up.

“I need to do some effects,” she said.  “What can we do with effects?”

“Effects?”

“You know, blood, gore, carnage, that sort of thing.”

“I dunno,” I said, “but I’d quite like to do the evolution of man… You know,…



Ombra Mai Fu

Shots from the English National Opera’s Xerxes.

A revival of director Nicholas Hytner’s production of Handel’s opera, the show runs until 3 October.



The Other Side: Under a Breton Sky

Sea, sky, clouds, an abbey and one of the world’s more desirable private houses (unless, that is, you want to go to the shops at high tide).

It can only…



Meep meep

Over to the King’s Head Theatre in Islington for Autobahn, American playwright Neil LaBute’s uncomfortably funny play cycle about Americans having awkward conversations in cars.

Former half-of-the-Gold-Blend-couple, Sharon Maughan, leads a cast who act their chops off.

The show runs to 20 September.



Knights Templar

Production shots from Antic Disposition’s production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, in the quite extraordinary venue of Temple Church.

If you want to see this production you need to be quick as the run is only a week long.