Harry Sanderson

Review: Aches & Lakes (UDS)

Each reflection on death and family in the second play necessarily ripples through the first, forcing the wild differences in style and tone to yield in the face of more universal considerations. Harry Sanderson reviews.

Charlie Hebdo

I recently drew my first picture of Muhammad. It was a 10-centimetre coal pencil sketch on the back of a serviette I made while waiting at a coffee store. Norma...