It’s easy to be intimidated by poetry. Often it withholds as much as it gives, leaves obscure as much as it reveals. So why read poetry?
The narrative of resistance and domination in relationships has been the recourse of storytellers since pre-Christian times, with the same lurid, visceral quality evident in Greek myth as in the modern trend of disturbingly violent porn. Yet these primal, animalistic tropes of female subjugation now exist in a ‘civilised’ society, whose vernacular is one of #TimesUp, sex positivity and high-street feminism.
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A production that tackles what is the most enigmatic of all human experiences: love.
Jenny Scoones discusses the portrayal of masculinity and friendship in Sally Rooney's second novel
Asking the same question makes for poor quality chat
Emily Westlake and Elliot Gulliver-Needham get political but not physical
Alvin Fujito and Jess Woods don’t get each other’s numbers
Ella Thomas and Tom Linden bond over a shared love of techno house
When it comes to estate agents, it's a love-hate relationship, without the love.