WHAT'S NEW?

  • 24-05-2016
  • Isobel Rock exhibition opens at Poetry Cafe, London

  • The title of Isobel Rock's solo show 'Goblin Market' which opened on the 23rd May was inspired by Christina Rossetti’s famous poem. The exhibition gives free rein to merry blue goblins, joyful bird women and a riot of mis-sold broccoli, bendy balloons, pineapples, eggs, feathers and topknots and is showing until July 31st at 22 Betterton Street, WC2 Monday. If you can't go check out her wonderful work on her new website http://isabelrock.co.uk/

  • 24-05-2016
  • 2016 Fellow Deborah Smith wins the Man Booker

  • Huge congratulations to Deborah Smith and Han Kang, winners of this years Man Booker Prize. The Vegetarian was also included in Deborah's application to the Arts Foundation last year and was much lauded by the judges Paul Blezard, Meike Ziergovel and Amanda Hopkinson at the time. Deborah has been able to benefit also from the new stipulation which gives half the prize money to the translator, a wonderful move by the organisers highlighting the importance of the translator in the success of a book being sold in other languages.

  • 24-05-2016
  • Sarah Kane's 4.48 Psychosis at the Lyric

  • Although Sarah Kane said she didn't want any adaptations of her plays, she also said she didn't want her work to become a museum piece. Her estate, 15 years after her death, has now allowed 4.48 Psychosis to be adapted into an opera for a project between the Royal Opera House and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. The show opens on the 24th May at Lyrics Hammersmith until the 28th. Directed by Ted Huffman and music composed by Philip Venables who approached the estate with the idea we await to see the outcome. For tickets http://www.lyric.co.uk/whats-on/