- New York Review of BooksJun 10 02:13 PM
Adam Thirlwell Should a ballet be about something? Wayne McGregor’s new ballet, Woolf Works , which is derived from, or based on—the verbs being precisely the problem—three novels by Virginia Woolf, recently premiered at Covent Garden in London. It is a brilliant, uneven, tender piece—and it offers one way of thinking about this constant conundrum for the art of ballet.
- ETonline via Yahoo CelebrityJun 18 01:01 AM
From Virginia Woolf to Grace Kelly, Nicole Kidman has embodied a truly eclectic group of women in her film career. “I loved playing Satine in Moulin Rouge,” the actress admitted at the Women in Film’s Crystal Lucy Awards on Tuesday. “It was terribly nerve-wracking for me because of the singing, which does not come naturally to me, but being pushed out of my comfort zone was fantastic.” WATCH ...
- Arts JournalJun 11 12:42 AM
“His new ballet, Woolf Works , which is derived from, or based on – the verbs being precisely the problem – three novels by Virginia Woolf, recently premiered at Covent Garden in London.
- The Wall Street JournalJun 26 03:28 PM
Her crossover from film to high fashion made Audrey Hepburn even more of a photographic favorite than most superstar actresses—and worthy of her own exhibit at London’s National Portrait Gallery.
- The GuardianJun 10 12:00 AM
A new study links bipolar disorder with creativity, but it’s a mistake to glamorise debilitating conditions What do Britney Spears, Elgar, Jackson Pollock and Virginia Woolf have in common? The answer, should the question ever come up during a strangely morbid pub quiz, is that they all experienced bipolar disorder. That’s if posthumous diagnoses by media psychologists are to be trusted. Other ...
- AsiaOneJun 15 05:17 PM
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 30 06:20 AM
LONDON (AP) — Many visitors to London know Bloomsbury as a neighborhood of books, B&Bs and the British Museum. But it's also a district of elegant architecture, hidden parks and upscale boutiques that's a pleasure to explore on foot.
- CBS NewsJun 11 05:40 PM
Julia Margaret Cameron (1815 -1879) is one of the most celebrated women in the history of photography; A look at her work on the bicentenary of her birth
- Time MagazineJun 17 11:54 AM
The French actress is one of the year's biggest breakouts
- The Wall Street JournalJun 15 12:19 PM
Seven of England’s botanical gems—including the best blooms of the Bloomsbury Group—where you can bed down overnight in charming accommodations.
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