Battersea Arts Centre, London

Posted on October 26, 2013

As well as a meeting with the Director, David Jubb, to discuss his impressively ample vision for the centre and his plans both to expand the building and its reach into the community and the region, I attended a couple of shows and spent a bit of time hanging around in this very English arts centre. I enjoyed Nic Green’s Fatherland very much, but found Wuthering Heights by Peter McMaster a little naive and rough around the edges. The audience were all very jolly and young and slightly flushed with the thrill of themselves all together in a small space seeing art. It felt rather unreal to take trains and tubes back to Kentish Town where things were a whole lot less ideal.

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