All Articles by Maria Botcharova:
The notion of ‘three-parent’ IVF has recently been cropping up in the news. What is it all about, and why is the government seeking public opinion on the issue?
London is an incredible city for theatre, but most of the things you see advertised seem far too expensive for a student budget. The good news is there are plenty of deals and discounts for most plays, though many offers aren’t easy to find unless you know what you’re looking for. Perhaps most of you know that Boris Johnson is funding 618,000 free tickets for under 26-year-olds in a scheme called ‘A Night Less Ordinary’. How many are aware that it finishes in March 2011? We thought it might be useful to give a summary of where you can get cheap tickets in London – those funded by ANLO, schemes which plan to outlive the spring!
Unrestrained by the artistic standards set by the Royal Scottish Academy, The Glasgow Boys were in a position to shape a style of their own.
‘Should you happen to make it to this play, the best you can do is sit back, and let the tornado continue around you, but don’t expect to be in stitches,’ says Maria Botcharova
‘Sheer artistic brilliance’ at The National Gallery.
Hollywood actress Gemma Arterton plays a seductive role at Almeida Theatre.
From Monet to Cezanne, Maria Botcharova writes about the best Impressionist exhibitions of 2010.
With critics having given it anything between two to five stars, Pi settles on a mere three.
An exhibition shown at Pushkin House, Tomsk, Russia.