Tag: Rosie Lavan

4 February, 2013

Rosie Lavan

Inspirations at Tricycle Theatre



Rosie Lavan

Speaking for Marilyn

Rosie Lavan finds that Lois Banner's feminist history of Marilyn Monroe leaves a lot to be desired.


2 December, 2012

Rosie Lavan

Pre-Raphaelite Ways of Life

Rosie Lavan visits Tate Britain's provocative exhibition, Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde


30 November, 2012

Rosie Lavan

Alistair Cooke’s Letter from America



11 November, 2012

Rosie Lavan

The Restless Eye: Edward Lear at the Ashmolean



7 October, 2012

Rosie Lavan

Incredible Scenes

Rosie Lavan finds Etonians impressive and John Robins's vajazzling delightful, at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.


Rosie Lavan

DruidMurphy at the Playhouse



2 July, 2012

Rosie Lavan

Grand Narratives

Michael Apted's 56 Up is the latest installment in a seminal experiment in social history and film making.


21 May, 2012

Rosie Lavan

Friends in High Places

Alexandra Shulman's Can We Still Be Friends is a Cameronite retrospective of Thatcherism that rehearses familiar prejudices.


8 May, 2012

Rosie Lavan

Waste Not