The personal and political conflict sparked by the Roman republic’s disintegration is resonantly conveyed in the language of two Shakespeare plays, says GORDON PARSONS
Wednesday 29th Mar 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
The Carriageworks, Leeds/Touring
IF YOU want to know what Ken Loach’s film I, Daniel Blake would be like if it were remade with a puppet that swears, moonwalks and vomits then look no further than...
JEZ RILEY FRENCH tells Neil Mudd all about the groundbreaking soundscape he’s created which captures the
‘music’ of the Humber bridge
Tuesday 28th Mar 2017
Crime fiction round-up with Mat Coward
The Dilemmas of Lenin
by Tariq Ali (Verso, £16.99)
HOW long is Lenin’s shadow?
A lot of ink will be spilt, seminars convened, papers published and declarations issued on the question in this, the centenary year of the...
Monday 27th Mar 2017
Who Belongs to Glasgow? 200 Years of Migration
by Mary Edward (Luath Press, £9.99)
IN AN age convulsed by Brexit, potential Scottish independence and growing nationalist fervour, it’s both refreshing and necessary to recall how...
BOB ORAM sees 14 incredible acts launch the first Loud Women CD
Sunday 26th Mar 2017
WILL STONE is dazzled by an art-metal assault
AMMAR KALIA hears a rising star of British jazz and his band deliver a consummate set
An exhibition of American paintings from the 1930s crisis era reveals much about the mindset of the time, says NICK WRIGHT
Saturday 25th Mar 2017