Far more than F.N. Souza’s younger brother, Lancelot Ribeiro was an extraordinary painter in his own right. A view of the artist’s life and works to coincide with a year-long programme and exhibition of his works, October 2016.
Scandanavian Pain in a time of Brexit – a Postcard from London
The play. The book. The twisty time-turning plot. The re-turn of Harry Potter, 2016
Walking ’round the room singing Stormy Weather At fifty-seven Mount Pleasant Street Well it’s the same room, but everything’s different You can fight the sleep, but not the dream Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you Everywhere you go, always take the weather. — ‘Weather with you’, Crowded House, 1992 Last winter, […]
Karthika Nair’s reimagining of the Mahabharata in brought to the stage in Akram Khan’s adaptation of Until the Lions
In her third novel, The House of Hidden Mothers, Meera Syal bites off rather more than she can chew.
After two decades in Delhi, author and publisher Anita Roy returns to Somerset, pulled by the promise of fresh air and green grass and pushed out by the desertification of the landscape.
In which I look at an Indian garden, an English garden and the concept of ‘home’.
The best children’s books, and the most compelling tales, are those where the wildness and the danger coexist with the comfort and the security.
I caught up with feminist icon – legend – Gloria Steinem, at the Jaipur Literature Festival.