Tag Archives: Philip Ridley

DREAM HOMES

Radiant Vermin by famed British playwright Philip Ridley has opened at DIRTY TALK, 167 Augusta Avenue. You arrive, descend a flight of stairs. There’s a waiting area, glowing with pink light and overhead, a huge sign that reads “DREAM HOMES”. After … Continue reading

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REAL AND CONSISTENT TALENT

Life is worthwhile only if you make it interesting, and if you hang with interesting folk. For me, what usually makes others fascinating is their talent, tenacity, and the fortitude to bring that talent to the public’s eye. About two … Continue reading

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THE LOINS OF FEAR

I walk down a narrow street in Kensington Market, past trendy shops and cafes; turn down an alleyway covered in graffiti. Passing the threshold of a metal door, I make my way up a narrow staircase and into a dim … Continue reading

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