Katie Chalk


Virtual Reality: the future of theatre?

An exciting look inside the world of Virtual Reality with Limina’s Emma Hughes, and what it means for the future of theatre.
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'Wuthering Heights' @ Bristol Old Vic ★ ★ ★

Wuthering Heights is a depressing tale. With a plot driven forward by death, Emily Brontë’s novel provides a difficult challenge for those wishing to adapt it for stage and screen.
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Binaural babies, family-friendly raves, heritage and history: inside Roxana Vilk’s Lullabies Project

Roxana Vilk has spent the three years collecting Lullabies. Beginning in 2018, her aim was to accumulate songs representing the 90 different languages spoken in Bristol.
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Bored of ‘The Bard’? How Bristol’s academics are keeping Shakespeare relevant for today’s undergraduates

By Katie Chalk, Arts Deputy Editor According to his contemporary Ben Johnson, William Shakespeare ‘was not of an age, but
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Plans for a Black Arts Barge in the Harbour unveiled

A new Harbourside venue dedicated to providing a cultural and artistic space for Bristol’s black community is in development by two Bristol-based creatives
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Dancing through lockdown: How one Bristol dance company is thriving online

It is probable that the Covid-19 pandemic will hit the Arts harder than other industries. Given these unique global circumstances, individual creatives and companies have had to come up with new and innovative ways of continuing their work through the pandemic.
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Studying through a pandemic: A student guide

Epigram's guide to making the most of studying during lockdown, including tips and tricks from creating WEB lists to making sure you make time for yourself.
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