A Room of One’s Own
After the interiority of the past several months, Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own feels like a good first outing, writes Cassie Tongue.
A Highly Filtered Picture of Dorian Gray
A successful mashup of Oscar Wilde's classic and internet influencer culture explores the radical instability of identity in the digital realm.
Nosferatu: A Fractured Symphony
Audrey review: Montague Basement resurrects FW Murnau’s silent classic to explore the spiralling obsession with borders and infiltration.