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It’s a valuable insight into a man who, like his work, was at once familiar and obscure.
“Women tend to be drawn to artistic and glamorous elements of it – it’s more about the empowerment of a woman, rather than their objectification.”
The plot is hardly going to leave you speechless, but director Lee Lewis gets around that with some unexpected and entertaining additions to proceedings.
“I’ve talked to a few other artists about what they’re doing, but I haven’t actually seen any of the other artworks, so I’m very much looking forward to doing the walk and seeing them all for myself.”
It was less a side-splitting laugh-a-thon than just a fun night out, like spending an evening at the pub with your funny mate, except they’re on stage… and they’re less drunk… and they’re actually funny.
“There seems to be a big argument in the community about gay marriage but most people I know actually tend to be pretty relaxed about it. Even my mum thinks gay marriage would be a great idea.”
It’s worth checking out if only because so rarely does so much urban art talent come together under one roof.
The show’s a lot of fun, but you can’t help thinking it’s not just the snacks that are nuts.
This show is more subdued. And although it is less provocative than previous outings