Leona Crawford reviews Bob Fosse’s 1972 Cabaret as part of the Blue’s ‘Beyond the Frame’ adaptation series, exploring how his camera can bring us even closer to the seedy glamour of the Berlin underworld than the stage original.
Leona Crawford reflects upon the cinematic viewing experience and revisits Paweł Pawlikowski’s Cold War, exploring its melancholic yet beautiful nature.
Leona Crawford reflects on the brittle brilliance of Carrie Cracknell’s production of The Deep Blue Sea. From the performances, to the costumes, to Tom Scutt’s haunting set design, she explores the lingering images of this bold National Theatre revival.
If you were to sit down and watch all of Netflix’s content, it would take you around 36,000 hours. That’s just over four years. So the length of a Classics degree (if you were after an Oxford-equivalent statistic ). It’s something I’ve given a fair amount of thought to lately since we’ve been in lockdown for around Read More…