Author Archives: Hanna Yusuf

Review: Praise for Madame Butterfly in the pub

It’s not often the best seat in an opera house is right at the back. The King’s Head Theatre isn’t your average opera house. The intimate space behind the Islington pub makes Paul Higgins’ adaptation of Puccini’s Madam Butterfly captivating. The small theatre magnifies every moment by inviting the audience to scrutinise each smile and

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South Korean artist leaves a delicate touch in breathtaking exhibition

The greatest artists have the audacity to portray as beautiful something that is, on the surface, quite banal. This is what makes responses to their work vary from “this is breathtaking” to “this is not art”. The collection about cultural displacement in Do Ho Suh’s latest exhibition, Passage/s, at the Victoria Miro gallery sits comfortably

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