13th April 2022
Here at Thursday, we are constantly sharing things among each other and we thought we’d share it to the wider world. Here are our recommendations of what we’ve read, watched, visited and listened to in March.
One of our designer’s favourite books - a project started by Tad in which he creates a new sun every Sunday - it was an exercise in play, therapy and an attempt to inject our world with positivity and light.
From the author of When God Was a Rabbit comes the enchanting tale of an unlikely friendship between a British soldier and an alleged spy in a wartime Tuscany ripe with colour and the ghosts of the past. A tale of love and loss.
The latest series of Off Menu has begun but if you haven’t started, you can start to play catch up on over 100 episodes. Comedians James Acaster and Ed Gamble invite special guests into their magical restaurant to each choose their favourite starter, main course, side dish, dessert and drink.
We recommend you listen to former Maccabees frontman, Orlando Weeks. His second album released earlier this year has been on constant spin for one of our designers.
We are loving watching this folk horror. One of loneliness, where a childless couple in rural Iceland make an alarming discovery one day in their sheep barn. There is a great cast of humans, animals and various prosthetics and digital creature effects.
Mark Scout is a model employee at corporation Lumon Industries. That’s because he’s undergone the ‘severance’ procedure, which surgically divides the memories of staff between their work and personal lives. Severance is an incredibly tense sci-fi horror series where the tension grows over the episodes.
If you want theatrical magic, Life of Pi is the show for you. This stage adaptation of Yann Martel's Booker Prize-winning novel is an absolute feast of imaginative effects, bringing to life the apparently unstageable, with flair and jaw-dropping beauty.
Our Creative Director visited the fantastic contemporary art venue in Bristol. He attended an exhibition Inspired by Paula Rego’s Subversive Stories exhibition, ‘Let’s Make Art’ where he got to create shadow puppets and vintage posters.