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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Muslim drag queen Amrou Al-Kadhi: ‘Whenever the drag came off, I’d have a nervous breakdown’ by Paula Cocozza

The Eton-educated, non-binary British Iraqi had always struggled with their identity, until they discovered drag. Yet the 29 year old says the performances come at a high price There is nowh…

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Wednesday, January 2, 2019

The spell breaks for mentalists’ ‘pseudoscience’ by Paula Cocozza

Magicians are under fire for claiming they use neurolinguistic programming to read people’s mindsSome psychologists are upset at the deployment of purported scientific techniques in magic …

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Friday, May 12, 2017

Emotional rescue: can art ever be cathartic for its creators? by Paula Cocozza

Jonathon Young’s dance-theatre show Betroffenheit explores his grief after a family tragedy. The author Max Porter, comic Jayde Adams, performer Mojisola Adebayo and Young himself discuss …

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Monday, September 7, 2015

Kristiana Rae Colón: from #LetUsBreathe activist to defiant poet and playwright by Paula Cocozza

The Chicago-born writer has teamed up with director Nadia Latif to combat the tradition of ‘endlessly complicated men and very straightforward women’ with her new play, OctagonPicture th…

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