Eating Robotsby Stephen Oram(Silverwood Books, £6.99)
IN FEWER than 150 pages, Stephen Oram combines the sharp edginess of a JG Ballard with the vaulting inventiveness of a modernist Ovid.
Eating Robots is a...
Wednesday 12th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Chad McCail’s100-foot long drawing Liars of Earth is imaginative, topical and very funny, says MIKE QUILLE
Idle WomenTouring5 STARS
THIS summer marks the 75th anniversary of the Idle Women, the rather disparaging nickname given to those who worked canal boats during WWII.
These waterborne sisters, in a branch of...
The latest from James Elkington, Ani DiFranco, and Fit and the Conniptions
Tuesday 11th Jul 2017
GORDON PARSONS just about escaped unscathed from Titus Andronicus, the Elizabethan equivalent of a snuff movie
Ben Cowles reviews The Best of a Bad Situation by Jamie Thrasivoulou
A new book of WWII cartoons by Giles shows why his humour was so popular at the time, says MICHAL BONCZA
Monday 10th Jul 2017
LONDON EXHIBITIONGrayson Perry: The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!Serpentine GalleryKensington Gardens, W2To September 10Grayson Perry’s new show, which has free entry, touches on many themes including popularity and art, masculinity and...
Sunday 9th Jul 2017
TerrorLyric Theatre HammersmithLondon W62 stars
A GERMAN fighter plane is scrambled to thwart terrorists who have hijacked a passenger plane. The pilot, convinced that the plane is heading for a stadium packed with 70,000 people, takes the...
MARIA DUARTE sees the vigilante crime-fighter make a great return to his roots
Friday 7th Jul 2017