Elysium Theatre Company’s production adheres to the period of the piece, whilst engaging in the timeless battle between servant and master, man and woman.
I am a self-professed sucker for rom-coms and grew up on a steady diet of Richard Curtis films. But recently, perhaps in the wake of the hetero-normative pop-culture confinements of ‘Love Island’, I have found myself drawn to a different type of love story on Netflix…
Tinder, Bumble and Hinge – AKA the trifecta of terror. Dating has never been weirder. Hundreds of virtual encounters are just a swipe away, but what happens when you actually meet? Whether you’re gunning for something casual or a full-time bae, app dating can feel like navigating a whirlpool of hot trash…
Meet Séarlait – the creative clever-clogs behind Today, a sustainable jewellery brand characterised by beautifully simple design and a determination to reduce waste.
Festival season is the perfect excuse for floaty dresses, body glitter, flower crowns and wellies. Unfortunately, it can also be the perfect excuse for casual assault, intimidation and sexual harassment.
One World Women is an international, peer-to-peer training initiative, aimed at promoting business growth for ambitious female entrepreneurs in Western Africa. I caught up with the charity’s founder, Cath Harris, to discuss the past, present and future of this inspiring project.
“It's difficult to review a play that directly points the finger at how trite the art of review writing can be.” Find out what Sacha Crowther thought of dressed, a new, thought-provoking production by This Egg theatre.
All I See Is You follows Bobby and Ralph as they navigate the illegal underbelly of Canal Street in the 1960s. At its core, this production grapples with injustice, adjustment and, ultimately, acceptance.
What is it that makes killers so magnetic? Why do so many of us lust after people who would probably murder us in a dark alley? Doesn’t it go against every basic survival instinct?
Kiri Pritchard-McLean’s latest show might just be the best thing you ever see. Harpy unveils why you should be checking out one of our favourite heroines.
This sparkling showcase features big names from Ru Paul’s Drag Race alongside a skeleton cast of fledgling Queens. Together, they celebrate tongue-in-cheek amateur dramatics for a screaming crowd of superfans.
This is a podcast about porn. You might think that listening to a (rich) straight white man talk about the porn industry would be eye-rollingly irritating, but in this podcast series Ronson takes a refreshingly holistic approach…
Jets, Sharks; Americans, Puerto Ricans; Men, Women: this is a land of opposites brought together in dissonance. Is it possible to bring a ‘love at first sight’ story into the Tinder-dominated age in which we now live?
Lit by the golden glow of fairy lights in a snug back room at The Tetley, Chérie Taylor Battiste performs poetry from her new book, Lioness…
How does grief play out? A Harpy guest contributor writes about a recent personal experience losing a friend.
Partners George Mann and Nir Paldi bring us No Kids; a presentation of their internal battles with potential parenthood. What is the price of “normality”? Children are bad for the environment, finances, careers, social lives, relationships, mental health and freedom... but Nir still wants a family.
Amy Lea discusses Mother’s Day cards, the powerful communicative ability of art, and the inspiration behind her three fiery orange designs.
Has early adulthood got you questioning every decision you’ve ever made? Are you having a quarter-life crisis? You’re not alone! There’s a podcast for that.
Let’s talk about social media and how we communicate. On an almost daily basis we hear about the damaging effects of ‘reel life’ vs real life . That’s exactly what Manchester-based performing arts group, Creative Collective, are exploring in new production, The Talk.
Gossiping at the hairdressers; swapping endless stories; spilling emotional truths - these are just a few of the gendered stereotypes that the all male cast burst through.