Poetry review – CANNONBALL WITH FEATHERS: Rosie Johnston is impressed by the scope of Caroline Carver’s latest collection
The Human Voice, Charing Cross Theatre. Review by Barbara Lewis. It’s surely a temptation for today’s directors of Poulenc and Cocteau’s La Voix Humaine, or The Human Voice in this English version, to transpose it to the world of mobile phones. It’s one director Alejandro Bonatto wisely resists.
Poetry review – LARDER: DA Prince admires the way that Rhona McAdam’s poetry cheerfully celebrates the fruits of nature while seriously urging us to care for the natural world
Barber Institute. Review by Barbara Lewis. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Birmingham owes its existence to Lady Martha Constance Hattie Barber. She founded the Barber Institute in 1932, and built a home for it all – a magnificent art deco building opened in 1939.