Articles by Ettie Bailey-King

The Divide: no quick-fix answers

Ettie Bailey-Kings chats to British director Katharine Round about her new documentary The Divide, inspired by iconic book The Spirit Level

Ettie Bailey-King // 20 May 2016

Categories: Features, Interviews

The story of a girl and her sketchbook

Ettie Bailey-King reviews Drawing Blood by artist and activist Molly Crabapple and finds it part sumptuous fairytale, part manifesto for action

Ettie Bailey-King // 19 April 2016

Categories: Books, Reviews

Champagne Lives

Ettie Bailey-King is blown away by the artists in the Saatchi gallery’s Champagne Life exhibition, but finds the overall concept lacking

Ettie Bailey-King // 17 February 2016

Categories: Art, Reviews

Peverted in Soho

Ettie Bailey-King enjoys Perverts: a joyful hybrid of music hall, freakshow Victoriana, stand-up and musical comedy that’s even better than the sum of its parts

Ettie Bailey-King // 24 August 2015

Categories: Comedy, Reviews

Explore women’s lib at The Women’s Library

Ettie Bailey-King enjoys the small but perfectly formed inaugural exhibition at The Women’s Library Collection at the London School of Economics

Ettie Bailey-King // 8 August 2015

Categories: Art, Reviews

More Frida needed

The Four Fridas is a tender hymn about disability and love-song to the moving body but a poor paean of praise for the artist at its centre, Ettie Bailey-King writes

Ettie Bailey-King // 12 July 2015

Categories: Reviews, Theatre


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