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Matilda Battersby

Bio
Matilda has worked at The Independent online since 2009 and is also a regular contributor to Viewpoint magazine. She writes about art, theatre and new music.

Articles By Matilda Battersby

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Marina Abramović: Gates and Portals, Modern Art Oxford and P...

I have powerful memories of performances by Marina Abramović. Back in 1977 at Documenta in Kassel,...

The Big Moon, Oran Mor, Glasgow review - partying prevails d...

Presumably before setting out on their current tour the Big Moon smashed a few mirrors, walked under some ladders and crossed the paths of...

Gurrelieder, LPO, Gardner, RFH review - everything in place,...

Schoenberg’s “Song of the Wood Dove” takes up a mere 11 of the 100 minutes of his epic Gurrelieder, though it’s a crucial narrative of...

Music Reissues Weekly: Bill Nelson's Red Noise - Art /...

The British music weeklies were clear about where the Sound-On-Sound LP and its singles fitted into the current musical topography when...

theartsdesk at Musikfest Berlin - orchestral and choral rain...

In its three weeks of world-class events, Muskfest Berlin has...

Am I Being Unreasonable?, BBC One review - comedy thriller d...

In case you're not au fait with Mumsnet, the title of Daisy May Cooper's follow-up...

The Wonderful World of Dissocia, Theatre Royal Stratford Eas...

Lisa has lost an hour in a (somewhat contrived) temporal glitch. As a consequence, her world is always sliding off-kilter, not quite...

Juniper review - a classic role for Charlotte Rampling

Juniper provides, above all, an absolutely unforgettable role for Charlotte Rampling....

Album: Gabriels - Angels & Queens, Part I

Lauded by Elton John (who called their 2020 debut EP Love and Hate in a Different Time “probably one of the most seminal records I've...