By Megan Thomas I hear people say things like, "I love reading, I just don't have the time", a lot. But I genuinely think that the only reason people think this is true is because they're imagining trying to get stuck into The Lord Of The Rings or War and Peace between tube stations or…
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman of childbearing age must be in want of a husband"
Email exchanges between two brothers having a rather different experience of the South African bush...
“We all know our final destination but we have no idea what will cross our path as we journey there.”
“Above all this the stars shine."
"Hating, after all, was a drier form of drowning."
“When black fury meets white denial, you have the combustible and fundamentally changed race relations we live in today.”
“If you could read the secret history of your enemies, you should find in each man's life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostilities.”
A striking, confrontational and unmistakably brilliant exhibit of South African theatre.
"Can we sometimes assume a racist motive? Is there place for anger in dialogue on racism? Can liberals be racist? Should black people help white people understand racism?"