Theatre Review – After Electra, by April de Angelis

It’s a few years since I went to see a theatre production that wasn’t a musical, but After Electra reminded me of the power of the theatre. For three hours, I was bought together with a cluster of strangers to watch a group of actors giving life to characters in a script: lifting the characters … Continue reading Theatre Review – After Electra, by April de Angelis

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Trying to Make Sense of Terrorism

Is it possible to make sense of terrorism? Should we even want to? Maybe making sense of terrorism falls into the same category as trying to understand the behaviour of paedophiles – the vast majority of us are so repulsed by what they do that we’d rather close the door on understanding, and we fear … Continue reading Trying to Make Sense of Terrorism