Obsession at The Barbican: Review

Jude Law and Halina Reijn are the protagonists in Ivo van Hove’s “Obsession”, stage version of Visconti’s 1942 film at the Barbican which I went to see last weekend and this is my review of the play. The story is an adaptation of the 1930s  crime novel  ‘The Postman always rings twice” by James Mc Cain […]

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12 books I’ve read in 2016

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January: “The Joke” Milan Kundera is my favourite author and he has never disappointed me so far. His way of writing is brilliant, The Joke is about what you don’t expect to happen, but that shapes your life instead and your way of thinking even. This book also talks about political analysis, historical references and […]

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The Nose Review at the Royal Opera

Recently I went to the Opera and watched a comic-grotesque musical by Shostakovich called “The Nose”. Shostakovich was in his 20s when began writing the Nose, it was his debut at the Opera. As absurd as it may sound has truly kept me entertained throughout the whole act. It narrates the story of a civil servant – Kovalov […]

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