Explores the histories of race and technology in a world made by slavery, colonialism, and industrialization. Beginning in the late nineteenth century and moving through to the twenty-first, the book argues for the dependent nature of those histories.
Bringing together the voices of dance-artists, scholars, teachers and choreographers, the book looks at a range of performing arts from dancehall to ballet, providing valuable insights into dance theory, performance, pedagogy, identity and culture.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
A performance document of a project that took place at West Everton Community Council in Liverpool, April 2011 (funded by Arts Council England). The piece was conceived as a ‘community exam’ where the audience members took the ‘Life in the UK’ test – an obligatory test for all immigrants applying for British citizenship and for Indefinite Leave to Remain.
This report brings together the findings of a series of public and private meetings with artists, creative and cultural professionals, economists, business leaders and other stakeholders, backed up by targeted research.
T, his special issue of Contemporary Theatre Review focuses on a single writer, contemporary British playwright Martin Crimp. Includes a review of Ron Athey’s monography “Pleading in the Blood” and Jennifer Doyle’s book “Hold it Against me”.
Exhibition catalogue, Dallas Museum of Art
Documentary spanning five years of the Alternative Miss World Show, costume pageant and fancy dress party for grown ups.
Examines some of the most important performance in Britain from the mid-1980s into the new millennium.