Rhys Clarke

The problem of the evil artist: ‘The Pillowman’ review

This review contains spoilers. Ever since a good friend of mine convinced me to watch In Bruges when I should probably have been preparing for my A Level exams, I have considered myself a firm fan of Martin McDonagh’s work. As a result, I had some ideas of the type...
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Posted Feb. 14, 2019

An interview with comedian and political activist, Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas, a comedian, journalist and political activist, is bringing his show Check-up: Our NHS at 70 to the Warwick Arts Centre. His blend of theatre, comedy and investigative journalism, which has garnered critical acclaim in Edinburgh and London, takes a critical look at the state of the NHS. I’ve...
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Posted Feb. 8, 2019

The Turner Prize 2018

Rhys Clarke explores whether Charlotte Prodger's winning of the 2018 Turner Prize marks a new age for the art of film making.
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Posted Jan. 8, 2019