Jessica Bailey

Nonsense: Listen Carefully

Babies in the womb have shown increased brain activity when exposed to music, which is one of the reasons the Beethoven hypothesis began to receive attention. Will embryonic exposure to the virtuoso notes cause your child to become a genius, a general, or at least a pop singer?! Not necessarily…

NonSense: In Good Taste

NonSense: In Good Taste

Our mouths are our comfort, our saviour and our poison-tester all in one. You would think that dulling even one taste receptor should be bad news, but our neatly ordered taste buds are actually not as adept at tasting as you might think…

NonSense: Staying In Touch

NonSense: Staying In Touch

That life of blue pools, soft silks, fresh lobster is still very much spread before us – only now you can zoom in, tap, highlight, copy the image a thousand times over in a imitation of an interaction with this charmed existence…

Theatre Review: The Sleeper

Theatre Review: The Sleeper

The Sleeper is a real ask of the actors both physically and mentally – it’s well-meaning, uncomfortable, funny, sad and unselfconscious. It is part of a conversation needed now, more than ever.

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