An artist often portrayed as an orthodox portraitist is depicted as having an ‘unquenchable thirst’ for innovation and experiment, finds Shahidha Bari

19 March

Since her debut novel sparked a bidding war, the lecturer in creative writing has been writing full-time. But, she tells Emma Rees, she does miss teaching

26 February

Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy is actor-centred and is often best presented stripped of all distractions, says Peter J. Smith

19 February

Recent films fail to recognise the support women give to famous male artists or scientists, says Mary Evans

12 February