Goldsmiths' Official Student Magazine
Arts&Culture editor Joseph Hewlett-Hall discusses the spectacle, performativity and mastery of the artist's most recent exhibition.
Edward Green heads down to Deptford's Matchstick Piehouse theatre to review the latest thought-provoking comedy from Mark Daniels...
"Welcome to the UK’s most Instagram-friendly artist." Holly Patrick reviews Ann Veronica Janssens at the White Cube gallery, Bermondsey.
With influences as sparse as Brecht and Mariah Carey, Dora Hemming reviews How to Win Against History. "An extremely camp and extravagant three-man cabaret musical."
"Drawing on the canon of queer and radical feminist performance art, Lauren Barri Holstein’s Notorious at the Barbican Centre is a slap in the face of convention." Ellie Potts discusses.
Olivia Spring looks at the all-female performing arts collective and how they are re-writing the portrayal of abortion.
Danielle introduces smiths' readers to the hit musical you should really not miss this season
Miranda Cattermole reviews photographer Torbjørn Rødland's The Touch That Made You, at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery
A look at photographer Will Browne Gott's exploration of minimalism through contrasting colour and clean lines.