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  • ‘The world was a liar and I had too much to say to listen to its prejudice’


    Self-confessed saucepot PENNY PEPPER talks to Felicity Collier about the life experiences informing her recently published memoir

    Thursday 23rd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Good v evil role reversal in new Batman series is a master stroke


    KADEEM SIMMONDS: Superhuman efforts

    Thursday 23rd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • A night to remember


    GORDON PARSONS enjoys the delights of a Shakespeare comedy

    Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Pianists strike a memorable chord at London Jazz Festival


    London Jazz Festival
    Citywide
    5/5

    THIS year’s London Jazz Festival was something of a praise song to cosmopolitan jazz piano and it begins with Cuba.

    When two keyboard stalwarts, Chucho Valdes from Quivican and Gonzalo Rubalcaba from Havana, play opposite each...

    Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Growing old gracelessly


    Trestle
    Southwark Playhouse, London
    2/5

    THE SCENARIO of a man and a woman trapped by circumstance and the limitations they place upon themselves is the theme of the big London theatre hit of recent months, David Eldridge’s Beginning at the National Theatre, and it...

    Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Exhibition: Rictus


    SINCE the early 1990s, Scottish artist Ken Currie has been known for his closely observed and often unsettling portrayal of the body, depicting the damage inflicted by war and conflict, illness and decay as a response to what he felt was the sickness of contemporary society.

    His rich,...

    Tuesday 21st Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Album review: Beans on Toast


    Cushty
    (Xtra Mile Recordings)
    4/5

    JAY MCALLISTER, aka Beans on Toast, has been around for the best part of the decade and, although dodgy on Brexit, his heart-on-sleeve” politics retain at all times an engaging and...

    Tuesday 21st Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Album review: Gill Landry


    Love Rides a Dark Horse
    (Loose)
    4/5

    TWO years ago, US singer-songwriter Gill Landry was married to a woman he loved and had just won a Grammy award with Old Crow Medicine Show.

    But, artistically unsatisfied, he left the band. Then his wife left him.

    Love...

    Tuesday 21st Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Album review: Skinny Lister


    Devil Heart Fight
    (Xtra Mile Recordings)
    5/5

    WHEN you throw rock and folk into a mix spiced with shanty you get Skinny Lister — and what an explosive brew they concoct.

    The London sextet, anchored by a rhythm...

    Tuesday 21st Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Misplaced sense of Courage mitigated


    Bertolt Brecht’s great anti-war play survives a modish updating thanks to an outstanding performance from Josie Lawrence, says C DOHERTY

    Tuesday 21st Nov 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


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