Thomas Clay's new film tells the story of Fanny Lye, played by Maxine Peake, a housewife leading a pious family life in mid 17th century Cromwellian England. And into this pious rural life, two naked strangers arrive, awakening something hidden deep within Fanny. The film is described as a folk horror and is available on digital platforms.
As a teenager, Conor Hanratty's mother insisted he watch a BBC documentary which featured Medea. The drama was directed by Ninagawa, known for his productions of Shakespeare. Prior to becoming a theatre director, Conor moved to Tokyo and spent a year with Ninagawa's theatre. Conor's new book is called, Shakespeare in the Theatre: Yukio Ninagawa.
Live Collision International Festival is a live art festival that had to take the decision in March to postpone its live festival dates. The festival is inviting audiences to celebrate its 2020 programme through a digital rendering called Electric Dreams, director Lynnette Moran and artist Karen Miano discuss.