Deep Blue Sea, Fire At Sea, Edmund White, Winifred Knights, Outcast/Preacher
Rattigan's Deep Blue Sea, prize-winning documentary Fire At Sea, Edmund White's novel Our Young Man, Winifred Knights at Dulwich Picture Gallery, Outcast and Preacher on TV.
Terrence Rattigan's post-war classic Deep Blue Sea opens in a new production at London's NationalTheatre; dealing with need, loneliness and long-repressed passion. Directed by Carrie Cracknell with Helen McRory as Hester
Fire At Sea is the Italian documentary which won The Golden Bear at this year's Berlin Film festival. Set on the Sicilian Island of Lampedusa, it examines the lives of the locals and the migrants who land there.
Edmund White's novel Our Young Man is a work of gay fiction set in the world of modelling in 1980s New York, with an apparently-ageless central character and the spectre of AIDS on the horizon.
Dulwich Picture Gallery is staging an exhibition of the works of early 20th century painter British Winifred Knights
We consider a couple of recent supernatural/horror TV dramas - Outcast and Preacher.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Bidisha, Shahidha Bari and David Benedict. The producer is Oliver Jones.
The Deep Blue Sea
Fire at Sea
Winifred Knights (1899-1947) is at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London until 18 September 2016.
Image above and left: Winifred Knights, Landscape study for Edge of Abruzzi; boat with three people on a lake, 1924, Thinned oil over pen and ink on tracing paper, 28 x 38 cm, Private Collection. © The Estate of Winifred Knights
|Interviewed Guest||Shahidha Bari|
|Interviewed Guest||David Benedict|
- Sat 11 Jun 2016 19:15