Our Planet ★★★

Our Planet ★★★

In his speech at the Natural History Museum, in front of the Prince of Wales and Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex, for the launch event of Our Planet David Attenborough had a strong message for us all. We are living through what can only be described as our planet’s 6th mass extinction event. 160 years after…

La Scala

La Scala

As you’d except from the home of opera, Italy is full of famous, and some even great opera houses – but none surpasses the Teatro alla Scala. Built in 1776-78 with the approval of the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, the stage at La Scala has played host to many of the preeminent names in…

Art & Queer Culture

Art & Queer Culture

Published to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in June 1969, Phaidon is releasing a revised and updated edition of their acclaimed historical survey of queer art and culture by Catherine Lord and Richard Meyer. Essays by the authors delve into the oft hidden worlds of queer culture allowing us a window…

The Umbrella Academy

The Umbrella Academy

With so many comic books and graphic novels being turned into TV and Films with huge casts and budgets, it can be easy to miss many of the new ones coming out even if you still care – given Netflix has now cancelled all its Marvel TV it seems many have stopped caring, at least…