Culture Literature

‘Renton happily challenges the audience on their perception of her’: Within Sight review

Amidst the modern renaissance of poetry, Ellen Renton’s Within Sight joins a wave of young voices discussing representation of marginalised groups. The show focuses on Renton’s experience living with albinism, her narrowly missing out on being picked for the 400m Paralympic team and her subsequent struggle in coping with failure, pain and daily social interaction. […]

Culture Theatre

‘Heartfelt’ ‒ In conversation with the directors and producers of Things I Know to Be True

‘Heart-warming, heart-breaking, heart-felt’. These are the words used to describe EUTC’s upcoming production of Things I know to Be True and for good reason. Andrew Bovell’s play centres around the trials and strains on the hearts of Bob and Fran, and their four children, as their relationships change as they each try to find their […]