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Just Kids by Patti Smith
A remembrance by Ana da Silva
I bought Just Kids in summer 2010 at Waterstones, in Notting Hill, London. My copy is the British first paperback edition. The book is so full of love, warmt
Selina Thompson is not impressed by your diversity trends
We strike while the iron is hot. This is why all activism, all movements, must be intergenerational. We have to learn from previous mistakes.
On Being a Bear
The fifty-six-year-long painting with Jackie Morris
"I had a conversation with a man who wanted to know about my work. He began by asking if it was ‘collectable’."
The Woman in the Green Bugatti
"Being half car, half woman, the woman in the green Bugatti was compact enough to drive wherever she wanted."
The Benefits of Time
"I began writing to all the people I admired in the industry: I wanted to talk to them about disabled actors."
RashDash on dismantling the canon
RashDash on dismantling the canon: three theatre-makers wrestle with the highly suspect concept of the classics, seeking a new critical framework for a hegemonous body of work.
Hermione Thompson watches the performance art you may never get to see
I am literally squirming in my seat. I would get up and walk out – I’m at the end of my row, so it wouldn’t be difficult – but I desperately want to hear how th