February 28, 2020

The Russian State Ballet of Siberia brought to Canterbury a series of performances; three by Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky (Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, and Sleeping Beauty) and one by Léo Delibes (Coppélia). Swan Lake presented the audience with ice-cold precision of movement...

November 29, 2019

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A Spanish artist who is most known for his innovative self-portraits, Eloy Morales joined InQuire’s Features Editor Tímea Koppándi to discuss his inspirations and methodology.

TK: Could you tell me a bit about yourself and how you got in...

November 29, 2019

Across history, there has been a perpetual conflict in regard to Native American identity, culture and space. Seeing as November has been declared Native American Indian Heritage Month (in August 1990 by President George. H. W. Bush), I have set myself the task of brin...

October 26, 2019

 images courtesy of The Marlowe Theatre

“The rich get rich and the poor get children.”

One of the central subjects of this play can easily be summarised by the words of the main character, a middle-aged bar singer named Helen (Jodie Prenger). A woman whose need for a ma...

March 15, 2019

Born in London, Sona Jobarteh is part of the five main Kora-playing Griot families from West Africa. She is a professional Kora player, an instrument which has 21 strings and is a mix between a lute-bridge-harp. The Kora is one of the most important musical instruments...

March 9, 2019

 “When it comes to the environment, time is running out. We must accelerate our response to the threats. Art has an important role in helping society face up to the challenges of climate change and create a more sustainable future for us all.”

These are the words of Nic...

March 1, 2019

Dancing can be daunting, especially if you are surrounded by a crowd of trained dancers, mirrored walls, and the constant feeling that you have no idea what you are doing. Taking into consideration the difficulties one may face when starting a new hobby, I sat down wit...

February 5, 2019

Credit: Photo taken by Emily Heath

An interview with Faris Alsayed

I’ve lived in Gaza for 15 years, most of my life, and seen the effects of the conflict there: unfortunately, I had friends who joined Hamas, I had a classmate, his entire family died—the Israelis said th...

December 29, 2018

Hidden in Stour Street lies The Marlowe Kit. On the night of the 21st of November, this small intimate building hosted a poetry slam. As I entered the imposing building, after searching around for quite some time, I realised that the impression the building creates and...

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