Lady Macbeth, Obsession, See What I Have Done, Whitechapel Gallery, Griefcast
Acclaimed British film Lady Macbeth, Ivo Van Hove's Obsession with Jude Law, Sarah Schmidt's See What I Have Done, Whitechapel Gallery Iself, Griefcast - a podcast about death.
British film Lady Macbeth has been much praised for the central perfomance by Florence Pugh as the intelligent complicated 19th century woman sold into marriage and realising that her soul is being stifled.
Ivo Van Hove's prodiuction of Obsession - an adaptation of The Postman Always Rings Twice stars Jude Law. It should be theatrical gold...
Sarah Schmidt's debut novel See What I Have Done deals with the still-unsolved Lizzie Borden case from 1892: "Lizzie Borden took an axe and gave her mother forty whacks"
London's Whitechapel Gallery has a new exhibition: Iself, bringing together the work of artists exploring their own personal identity
Griefcast - In Cariad Lloyd's podcast she talks with fellow comedians about their own experiences of coping with grieving, mourning and death and mortality. How funny can such a grim subject be?
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Alex Preston, Andrea Rose and Kit Davies. The producer is Oliver Jones.
ISelf Collection: Self-Portrait as the Billy Goat is on at Whitechapel Gallery in London until 20 August.
Image: Pawel Althamer, Self-portrait as the Billy-Goat, 2011. Courtesy the artist and Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw
Photo: Bartosz Stawiarski
|Interviewed Guest||Alex Preston|
|Interviewed Guest||Andrea Rose|
|Interviewed Guest||Kit Davies|