Martha and Mary in 'Roadkill'. (Image credit: Tim Morozzo)
Roadkill tells the story of a young girl who is the victim of sex-trafficking. Chicago Shakespeare Theater executive director Criss Henderson reflects on the site-specific play’s US debut in a Chicago flat over the weekend. Seeing Roadkill for the first time at the 2010 Edinburgh Festival Fringe was unlike any other theatrical experience I’ve had—ever. Feeling confined, trapped and disoriented in
Derry-Londonderry kicked off its year as the UK City of Culture with a theatre legend, and there’s more to come, writes Aileen Burns, Director of the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Derry-Londonderry.
What ideas would architects concoct with no restrictions? Our Paper Salon turned up a few imaginative solutions. (Image credit: Ross Anderson)
What's the point of designing buildings that may never be built? The British Council's Alastair Donald explains the value of 'paper architecture' after our recent Paper Salon in London, part of the Venice Takeaway exhibition.
Muge Iplikci and Mehmet Yashin in discussion at the London Book Fair. (Image credit: Frank Noon)
How does contemporary Turkish writing portray the rapidly changing country? UK writer Maggie Gee discussed this topic and others with Turkish writers during this week’s London Book Fair Turkey Market Focus.
Turkish literature has been gaining in international exposure in recent years. Click on the link below to view a larger version. (Image credit: Sabit Fikir)
As The London Book Fair shines a spotlight on Turkish literature, Karen Brodie, our Head of Arts in Turkey, charts the two years of preparation and literary exchange leading up to the Turkey Market Focus. See a larger version of the infographic above.