A selection of articles and reviews related to It's All Allowed: The Performances of Adrian Howells, edited by Deirdre Heddon and Dominic Johnson and published by LADA and Intellect Live.
Dominic Johnson has written an article for Run Riot introducing the publication, its content and the influence of Adrian's work.
Lyn Gardner has written an article for the Guardian detailing the impact Adrian had (and still has) on the arts in Glasgow, referencing the changing landscape in the city since Adrian's passing and the closure of The Arches in 2015.
Jo Verrent has reviewed the book for the Huffington Post reflecting on what Adrian Howells meant to her personally and how this publication is important for those who knew him as well as for those who could learn from him.
Maria Delgado, professor and director of research at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama referenced It's All Allowed in the Times Higher Education weekly reading list.
Bryony White has written a review for thisistomorrow looking at our LADA Screens event on 18 July featuring the work of Adrian Howells, including Adrienne at Home and Adrienne's Room Service.
Joyce McMillan has written an article for the Scotsman on Adrian Howells, reflecting her own encounters with Adrian and on the prospect of another Edinburgh Fringe Festival without him.
Jennie Klein has written a review of the book for Theatre Research International, commenting on Deirdre Heddon & Dominic Johnson's achievment with this book as colleagues and friends.
Documentation from the LADA launch of the publication featuring presentations from Adrian's collaborators and colleagues Deirdre Heddon & Dominic Johnson, Katy Baird, Nic Green and Ella Finer is available to view online.
Banner image credit:Adrian Howells, 'Foot Washing for the Sole'. Photographer: Hisham Suliman
A series of reflections and artistic responses by to the Politics of Intimacy in Practice DIY, by Raju Rage, Kyla Harris and Andre Medina, Rabindranath A Bhose, and Vanessa Young.Read more
LADA Statement of Commitment on organisational change and racial equalityRead more
The recipients of LADA’s online collaborative residencies are the artist Jet Moon and her client ‘Giani’, and the artists Jemima Yong and Kei Franklin.Read more
A statement from LADA on organisational change.Read more
We are delighted to announce that the recipients of the Katherine Araniello Bursary awards are Katayoun Jalilipour and Tammy Reynolds.Read more