REVIEW: Grayson Perry – The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

REVIEW: Grayson Perry – The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

Serpentine Gallery – London, 8th June – 10th September Review by Sarah Watson and Will Hanekom Outsider Alan – 2017 Ceramic, found objects, pebbles, shells, iron, wood and glass Sarah – Its like a sea bed. Will – Sculpture made out of stones, sticks and shells. It...
REVIEW: Hanging in the Balance by Spectra

REVIEW: Hanging in the Balance by Spectra

Paige Holloway, a founding member of BecauseWeCanCanCan and has written a review of our recent show, Hanging In The Balance. Paige is a Creative Enabler, and she works closely with Open Theatre Company, supporting other young people with learning disabilities (YPWLD)...
Review of CREATIVE MINDS MIDLANDS

Review of CREATIVE MINDS MIDLANDS

Creative Minds has been a gradual exercise in reinventing the conference. Key notes and Q&As, written records and formal spaces: these aren’t the most conducive to facilitating a truly inclusive conversation. Organised by a steering group comprised of nine young...
REVIEW: Shit-faced Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet

REVIEW: Shit-faced Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet

I don’t like Shakespeare, but I sure liked this one! There was a vibrant kind of funfair feel in the Brighton Fringe Warren next St. Peter’s Church near London Road. A group of actors performed Romeo and Juliet using Shakespearean language and improvised words around...