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African colonialism without white people

Yippee - a play about colonialism in Africa with no white people.
from Daniel Nelson on Jan 24, 2017.

A children’s-eye-view of terrorism

Is there nothing theatre cannot attempt? No, as 'Us/Them' proves.
from Daniel Nelson on Jan 23, 2017.

When they won't look at the camera, focus on the ground

What do you do as a photographer when you realise that you are in a place where taking pictures is exploiting people rather than helping them?
from Daniel Nelson on Jan 15, 2017.

Burkinis and bullets at the V&A

One of the smallest and most interesting permanent exhibitions at any London museum has been updated.
from Daniel Nelson on Jan 8, 2017.

Wildlife photography judges bark up the right tree

For once, I agree with the judges about the winner of a photographic competition and exhibition.
from Daniel Nelson on Dec 21, 2016.

Immigration detention: what's love got to do with it?

Feeling a little jaded with traditional theatrical formats? Try 'Removal Men'.
from Daniel Nelson on Nov 18, 2016.

More nightmares than dreams for Iran’s ‘delinquent’ girls

Cinema can be great in showing us people and places we have never imagined, let alone seen. Like 'Starless Dreams'.
from Daniel Nelson on Nov 18, 2016.

The tumultuous moment in which idealism runs into reality

Tumultuous: that’s how a young London activist describes the moment he “learns that the kind of characteristics that are inherent in dirty politicians” can happen within progressive political movements too.
from Daniel Nelson on Nov 10, 2016.

Drone Age dilemmas

Playwrights like drones and drone pilots: they operate in a tightly confined space, raise moral problems about war, spark introspection and argument, involve life and death decisions, and wreak death and destruction.
from Daniel Nelson on Nov 9, 2016.

Mother love and oil greed

Mix mother-daughter tensions with international control over petroleum resources and you get 'Oil', at the Almeida Theatre.
from Daniel Nelson on Nov 5, 2016.