How Lulla La Polaca is living proof that age is not an obstacle to living life at its best.
Theatre's back, but digital access is in danger
Theatres moving online was a lockdown revolution, but as they reopen on site, are marginalised audiences now being left behind?
Taking the pretence out of Pride and Prejudice
Artefact speaks to Isobel McArthur, writer, director and star of Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of), an irreverent new Austen adaptation now playing in the West End.
Yes, Generation Z is writing a play on TikTok
The musical emerged from musical fans being creative on TikTok and Artefact was watching unfold it from the beginning.
We find out about a new safe space for women in the creative arts industry; free from sexism or derogatory remarks.
Theatre | Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind
A brave, experimental play performed by the neo-futurist team, bringing their US success to the UK for a sold-out London debut.
Ernesto Tomasini: The face behind the masque
Artefact gets under the make-up of one of Italy’s A-list – an eclectic performer, author, and singer.
Film | Exploiting it?
Artefact talks to director Jade Jackman about documenting the stigma attached to Muslim women.
Theatre | War Horse
Review of War Horse, running at the New London Theatre.
Theatre | The End of Longing
Friends star Matthew Perry has taken the plunge into playwriting, but how successful is his West End debut?