tue 28/05/2024

Katherine Waters

Articles By Katherine Waters

Gazelle Twin, Mirth, Marvel and Maud review - sardonic folk

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Anahera, Finborough Theatre review - blistering family drama from New Zealand

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Peaches, Royal Festival Hall review - blissful anarchy

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Barber Shop Chronicles, Roundhouse review - riotous theatre at its best

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Helen Schjerfbeck, Royal Academy review - watchful absences and disappearing people

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Svetlana Alexievich: Last Witnesses: Unchildlike Stories review - anything but childish

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Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking, Dulwich Picture Gallery review - a cut above

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Napoli, Brooklyn, Park Theatre review - lacking substance

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Education, Education, Education, Trafalgar Studios review - politics and pupils, mayhem and music

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Frank Bowling, Tate Britain review - a marvel

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Manga, British Museum review - stories for outsiders

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Anish Kapoor, Lisson Gallery review - naïve vulgarity and otherworldly onyx

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58th Venice Biennale review - confrontational, controversial, principled

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Cathy Wilkes, British Pavilion, Venice Biennale review - poetic and personal

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Mike Jay: Mescaline - A Global History of the First Psychedelic review - multiple perspectives

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Who’s Afraid of Drawing? Works on Paper from the Ramo Collection, Estorick Collection review - surprising and rewarding

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