• Studiospace’s ‘Aftershock’ at the White Theatre: grief, regret, and the trauma of rememberance

  • BOpS’s ‘The Turn of the Screw’ at St. Paul’s Church: chilling respite from the summer heat

  • Interview with artist Ardyn Halter: ‘I am interested in the meetings of place within memory, the contiguities of place in our minds’

  • Shane Koyczan at St. George’s Hall: ‘Watching the poets and being within the audience is like staring into humanity’s face, and opening your eyes to tears’

  • ‘Tea and Temptation’ at The Room Above: ‘A comedy of manners degenerating into a comedy of malice’