James Bonney MP
White Bear Theatre London SE11
A TIMELY comment on the machinations surrounding the present struggle within the Labour Party, Ian Buckley’s latest play James Bonney MP has six characters,...
Wednesday 28th Jun 2017
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Notes on the margins - Felicity Collier
WILL STONE has just about recovered from the ‘best Glastonbury yet’ – a weekend of grime, extreme metal and, of course, the ever popular big JC
Tuesday 27th Jun 2017
Anatomy of a Suicide is a challenging play on why some are inexorably drawn to taking their own lives, says MARY CONWAY
Who Stole the Town Hall? exposes the brutal neoliberal attack on councils says ANDY HEDGECOCK, and it underlines the need for socialist decentralisation serving the people, not profiteers
Monday 26th Jun 2017
John Moore reviews The Fourth Reich? by Sarah Moore
Daniel Moutia reviews American Kingpin by Nick Bilton
Ode To LeedsWest Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds4/5
INSPIRED by the spoken-word scene pivotal to writer Zodwa Nyoni’s own life, her Ode To Leeds is a poignant and cliche-free coming-of-age play.
It joins five...
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
I love the diversity of my gigs. Last Friday week I went back to my 1970s roots at the Doghouse in Nottingham, which looks like a bikers’ clubhouse, has a massive crack in the glass in the front door and hosts old-school punk and metal shows.
Given the predilection of some...
Singer-songwriter MADDY CARTY tells Len Phelan where’s she’s at, musically and politically
Friday 23rd Jun 2017