There’s a cathartic buzz from facing your fears once in a while. But we’re thinking in the realms of dealing with a spider in the bath. Not such trivial worries for singer Mapei as she aims to get her video shot. Her fears are of the four-legged, rather than bath-bound eight-legged variety, when she’s called on to stand up on the back of a horse – all for the sake of her art of course.
It’s a testament to their confidence, ability and sensibilities that TicTac Theatre are taking on and touring Dario Fo and Franke Rame‘s The Open Couple.
Growing up between Syria and Spain, Antonio Marguet attributes a childhood fascination with sculpting plastic objects to the influence of his father’s bubble-gum factory.
A band who have played with the greatest names in British music are coming to Plymouth University for a performance to celebrate the creative talents of the future.
Striking examples of student creativity will go on show to the public at HOT’15, Plymouth University’s art and design degree show.
111 shortlisted works of outstanding photographic art will go on show at the Royal Geographical Society in London from 22 June to 10 July 2015. These are from a submission of over ten thousand images by photographers and filmmakers from across 60 countries internationally to the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition.
If you’re in Exeter, treat yourself to a trip to the Exeter Phoenix Cafe Bar to catch an exhibition of new prints by Tanya Morel.