#BlackLivesMatter: Supporting The Movement By Diversifying Theatre Consumption

Published 8th June 2020 by The Indiependent Since the death of George Floyd on the 25th of May 2020, the world has seen what is being described as “the biggest civil rights movement in history”. Alongside signing petitions, donating, and protesting in a variety of forms, people are being called to educate themselves on racism, Black culture, and a repeated history of oppression and marginalisation. … Continue reading #BlackLivesMatter: Supporting The Movement By Diversifying Theatre Consumption

Meet Veritas Theatre Arts: The Platform for Young People During Lockdown and Beyond

Published 19th May 2020 by The Indiependent During the past couple of weeks, you might have seen one or two videos of people singing, monologuing, or painting by their bathroom sinks, floating around on social media. (No, this isn’t a new, quarantine-bred TikTok trend!) Veritas Theatre Arts are the Wakefield-based theatre company who are taking the arts scene by storm, starting the #bythesink movement in … Continue reading Meet Veritas Theatre Arts: The Platform for Young People During Lockdown and Beyond

A Film For Every Day of Women’s History Month

Published 1st March 2020 by Screen Queens Representation of women within the arts, and especially in film, is regularly used as the way that society ‘measures’ the progress of feminism; we only have to look back at the 2020 awards season to see an example of this. In this analysis, I think that it is crucial that we utilise Women’s History Month to celebrate the … Continue reading A Film For Every Day of Women’s History Month