Theatre & Arts | TQS Magazine

Still life has been a well practiced subject in art for centuries. It gives us the opportunity to appreciate the beauty that lies within everyday objects we so often overlook. Hyperrealists Jacques Bodin, Pedro Campos and Elena Molinari all create…

The creative industry has become a key part of the UK economy, making up a steadily growing portion of the job market. In 2013, creative industries employment accounted for 5.6% of jobs in the UK, that is 1.71 million jobs….

Until February 2016, London’s infamous Gielgid Theatre will be home to the National Theatre’s production of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nightime, as well as running on Broadway and touring in the UK and Ireland. Adapted by…

You know what this year could do with? A little theatre.

To celebrate Warwick Davis’ month long run in Spamalot we have a pair of tickets and signed photo to give away.

We review Wicked the musical.

Think you know fairytale re-hash theatre? Think again, and prepare to meet The Ugly Sisters

Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life at Tate Britain, our review by Simon Columb.

Ibrahim El-Salahi: A Visionary Modernist at Tate Modern, our review by Simon Columb.

We go clothes-line-ing into WWE’s latest show at the new Leeds Arena