Do you remember what you were doing at around 8:30pm on Saturday 2nd April? If you were anywhere near Highgate Tube Station, you’ll have a very good idea of what we were up to at that time. The applause that Exposure’s young actors were receiving in Jacksons Lane was so rapturous, it surely must have […]
Women’s issues have always been taboo – but it seems to me that the nature of that taboo has changed recently. Once, you didn’t mention it because it was a source of shame: if women were being abused it was their fault, they were being ‘provocative’, they were ‘letting it happen’ because they were ‘weak’, […]
Most people hear ‘media’ and think of computers, cameras, billboards, TV – maybe radio and newspapers, if you’re old-fashioned. We tend to put theatre in another category altogether, if we think of it at all. But theatre was the first form of media, and in many ways it is still the most immediate, most animated, […]
Exposure has been thoroughly enjoying its first foray into the world of live theatre through our collaboration with Jacksons Lane. We are participating in the National Theatre’s ‘Connections’ festival with our upcoming production of ‘Citizenship’ by Mark Ravenhill, and will be announcing details of how you can get your tickets imminently. We have seen our […]
Are you one of those people who constantly have music playing in their head? Then you try to remember where you heard that tune before – and realise you’ve actually made it up? Well, those sounds in your head could be a real talent for composing – and this summer, there’s a course out there […]
Some of you may have read my article in October about the Old Vic Community Company’s workshops towards this year’s production, Rise. The workshops are now completed, the preparation is all done and now they’re looking for people to get the show on its feet! Rise will tackle the relationship Londoners have with the environment, […]
If the universe was an olympic sized swimming pool filled with sand, our entire galaxy would occupy the space of a single grain of sand in that pool. As an ignorant layman, it’s this kind of mind blowing fact that keeps me interested in cosmology. In the UK, we’re all familiar with the history of […]
On November 19th Artbox London will be celebrating five years of change through an exhibition called Changes at the Cello Factory. Artbox London is a charity, which helps people with disabilities gain experience in creating, exhibiting and making art. The aim of their latest exhibition is to celebrate the progression of the artists, by displaying […]
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