Isobel Hingston

Trans visibility in the art world

Igi Moon works as a counseling psychologist in a gender clinic where they conduct assessments in order to help clients on their journeys to accessing treatment. She believes this is inherently political and activist work due to the hostility and weaponization of LGBTQ+ issues in the culture war. She also...
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Posted Mar. 26, 2023

‘Talk to Me’: review

Five Warwick students wrote the White Noise Theatre's latest piece 'Talk to Me' over lockdown, produced it over Microsoft Teams and then broadcasted online. Isobel Hingston watches and reviews the show, and praises its ability to meditate on the increasingly prevalent role of technology in theatre, which can be both alienating and uniting.
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Posted Jul. 9, 2021

‘After Life’: a review

Isobel Hingston watched 'After Life' at its opening night at the National Theatre and tells us her opinions on the show, meriting its use of stage management whilst remaining socially distanced and it's interesting meditations on mortality and memory.
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Posted Jun. 19, 2021

‘Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions’ review

When Taylor Swift released her eighth studio album Folklore, it was not only a surprise to her fans, but to her record company who Swift informed only shortly before release. The album was recorded in lockdown with the supporting musicians in various other locations and is an interesting detour into a...
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Posted Nov. 30, 2020