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Posts Tagged ‘Shakespeare’

Country Mile: an interview with the multi-talented folk singer Johnny Flynn

Johnny Flynn is back with a beautiful new album, inspired by long walks and becoming a father.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Johnny Flynn by Emma Mc Morrow

Johnny Flynn by Emma McMorrow.

Johnny Flynn is now a husband and a father, as well as an actor and musician. His many roles have inspired Country Mile, his first album in some years, and one which returns to his roots as a relaxed storyteller - relating journeys, both real and literal, in acoustic style. The result is a sonically beautiful yet raw selection of songs that will keep you warm through those long dark winter nights. I particularly love his title track, which is accompanied by a suitably lo-fi video that follows Johnny's travels across hill and dale.

Johnny Flynn by Luke Montgomery

Johnny Flynn by Luke Montgomery.

Here at Amelia's Magazine we have long been Johnny Flynn fans, ever since I saw you accompany read more

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An Interview with Ukrainian Illustrator Daria Hlazatova

Self taught Ukrainian illustrator Daria Hlazatova has long been an Amelia's Magazine favourite: here she describes her work and talks about new zine project, Nosorog.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Daria Hlazatova – Oceania. Ukrainian illustrator Daria Hlazatova has been creating stunning illustrations for Amelia’s Magazine for several years now. I caught up with her to find out about her […]

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William Morris – Story, Memory, Myth at Two Temple Place: Exhibition Review

An enthralling exhibition examining the narrative threads across William Morris’ work – it’s a great story told in artistic and literary terms, all set in the splendour of the neo-Gothic mansion Two Temple Place.

Written by Caitlin Sinclair

Photography by Will Pryce. This William Morris art exhibition in a neo-Gothic mansion on the bank of the Thames is exactly the kind of visual feast you might expect. The […]

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An Interview with Photographer Vikram Kushwah

Wistful and dreamy, Vikram Kushwar is fast becoming known for his imaginative take on fashion photography. Here he tells us more about his creative thinking and the inspiration behind his debut book.

Written by Sarah Deane

Looking through Vikram Kushwah‘s dream-like work, it’s clear to see that the New Delhi-born photographer is a real fantasist at heart. Growing up in a boarding school with the enchanting […]

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Macbeth: Shakespeare at the Broadway Theatre, Catford, London

A review of Macbeth at the Broadway Theatre in Catford, running until the 20th February 2010 and starring two of my thespian friends, Robert Wilson and Louis Brooke.

Written by Amelia Gregory

SHIFT Encounters was put together by the organisation Cape Farewell. Founded by David Buckland in 2001, price Cape Farewell has sought to move beyond the scientific debate of climate change […]