Studio: Remembering Chris Marker
by Adam Bartos and Colin MacCabe
(OR Books, £32)
A HUGE amount is crammed into this short book by film academic and producer Colin MacCabe and photographer Adam Bartos.
Tuesday 4th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Durrant y Ledesma
Durrant y Ledesma (The Burning Deck)
DURRANT and Ledesma are an Englishman and a Paraguayan who’ve crafted a selection of tunes so beautifully structured that it has you cocking your ears...
Bristol Old Vic
Let's be honest. Julius Caesar is not Bill at his best.
Untrammelled by sub-plots, it tells the simple tale of concerns about Caesar's ambition driving a conspiracy which...
Monday 3rd Jul 2017
GORDON PARSONS recommends a biography of the extraordinary Kuczynski family, whose lives became intertwined with some of the defining moments of the 20th century
Messages from a Lost World
by Stefan Zweig (Pushkin Press, £9.99)
STEFAN ZWEIG’S status as a “great European” — the subtitle of a 1939 biography by Jules Romains — makes this rerelease of his miscellaneous...
Quiet Genius: Bob Paisley, British Football’s Greatest Manager
by Ian Herbert (Bloomsbury, £14)
THE SUBTITLE of this book may come as a surprise to some. “British football’s greatest manager,” it reads. Surely...
A compelling vision of a doomed society in free fall and foreshadow of the impending cataclysm wrought by nazism impresses Mike Pinnington
Saturday 1st Jul 2017
Turkish singer-songwriter Canan Sagar tells Felicity Collier that socialism and music are her twin life forces
Black Teeth and a Brilliant Smile by Adelle Stripe (Wrecking Ball Press £12)
For some people, the Buttershaw estate in Bradford — near forgotten up there on the city’s windy outskirts — personifies “Broken Britain,” a soiled...
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come