Articles by: Camilla Capasso
I'm a journalism student at the University of Westminster. I was born in Italy but I'm kind of a hopeless wanderer. I love listening to people's stories and writing about it. I like art, literature and culture in general. My childhood dream? Being a correspondent from South America.

The Woman in Black: still one of the best (and scariest) West End’s plays

April 23, 2013 2:12 pm0 comments
The Woman in Black: still one of the best (and scariest) West End’s plays

Darkness surrounds the stage. A door slams. A rocking chair swings. The Woman In Black, one of the West End’s longest running plays, keeps notching up frightened but enthusiastic fans. No wonder that the play, based on Susan Hill’s novel, has been lasting for so long. The austere setting (two […]

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Ruins in Reverse – Tate Modern last failure

March 19, 2013 12:52 pm2 comments
Ruins in Reverse – Tate Modern last failure

There are different ways to view ‘Ruins in Reverse’ and, unfortunately, none of them would make it seem good. The visitors of the new exhibition, hosted by the Project Space Tate Modern, will be disappointed, annoyed, even a bit anguished and definitely not delighted. ‘Ruins in Reverse’ is about the relationship […]

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Colombia – The forgotten victims

February 7, 2013 6:05 pm0 comments
Colombia – The forgotten victims

Imagine a world with no technology and no comfort. A world where the moon is just a bright fascinating round-shaped light in the night sky and no one has ever even dreamt about space shuttles. That’s the world of Nukak, a small tribe that lives between the Guaviare and Inírida rivers […]

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Humanity’s journey to wonderland

February 2, 2013 12:00 pm0 comments
Humanity’s journey to wonderland

Neil Armstrong once said that mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understanding. No other definition is more appropriate  to describe what the Cabinet of Curiosity has been through the centuries. Human beings have always been fascinated by the extraordinary, the mysterious, collecting everything that […]

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Walking on the Border

January 25, 2013 12:15 pm0 comments
Walking on the Border

Holding the phone pressed up against my ear I look at the small and blurred image that has appeared on the screen of my computer. Dr Hoffmann, on the other end of the line, is telling me that what I see in the picture she has just e-mailed me, is […]

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