The Magical Ingredient to Postcolonial Literature

Chiara Maurino explores fantasy in post colonial literature through Marquez’s ‘100 years of solitude’ and Morrison’s ‘Beloved’.

Review: Egor the Magician in ‘Beyond Faith’

‘Beyond Faith’ was a great spectacle, made unique by Egor Mutovkin’s great sense of humour and the way he weaved the magic in with a narrative. Indeed, as promised, there was some references to ‘modern black magic’, with the summoning of spirits and the binding of an audience member to a chair, but it was really […]