Camille O’Sullivan: The Dark Angel

28 June 2009, Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall Really enjoyed this show. Haven’t seen much cabaret before (this wasn’t too full on cabaret though) and hadn’t heard of Camille O’Sullivan till very recently. She’s so eccentric.. but totally in character for what she does. Her version of David Bowie’s Rock n’ Roll Suicide was awesome. … More Camille O’Sullivan: The Dark Angel

Eonnagata 女方

23 June 2009, Sadler’s Wells, London Eonnagata tells the story of the Chevalier d’Éon, Charles de Beaumont – diplomat, writer, swordsman and a member of the King’s Secret, a network of spies under the control of Louis XV. De Beaumont was perhaps the first spy to use transvestitism in the furtherance of his duties and … More Eonnagata 女方


Spill \ˈspil\ intransitive verb: To pour out or spread beyond limits Robert Pacitti is an amazing man. He’s the force behind SPILL, London’s festival of experimental theatre and live arts performance. I always find it really intriguing speaking to him. He’s so genuine and brimming with ideas…so incredibly packed with them that he’s going to … More SPILL

Among 2008

Ahh.. my first post. The ten shows in 2008 that I found the most memorable, the most inspiring, the most enjoyable… ones that made me think, moved me, changed my perceptions were… 1. Yo-yo Ma & Kathryn Stott (Barbican, London, December 2008). Hands down winner! In particular Bodas de Prata & Quatro Cantos…I had never … More Among 2008