Sally Potter’s The Party is a razor-sharp satire on the Establishment, says MARIA DUARTE
Friday 13th Oct 2017
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Thursday 12th Oct 2017
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Two Man ShowWest Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds3/5THREE-QUARTERS of the way through Two Man Show, Abbi Greenland observes: “You need to be specific if you want people to understand you,” an observation RashDash apply...
Folk-punk artist LILY GASKELL talks to Felicity Collier about how the changing political landscape impacts on her work
GAS LiveBarbican Centre, London EC24/5
TO THE thrill of all art-techno enthusiasts, electronic producer Wolfgang Voigt returns to perform his seminal GAS project, allegedly inspired by taking LSD in the German forests of...
YVONNE LYSANDROU sees a production of Giacomo Puccini’s classic opera which doesn't quite hit the target
22RPMSt John on Bethnal Green, London E25/5
ELECTRONIC music deserves celebration and with this RPM event — now in its third year — a gathering of international talent in a church does precisely that.
Wednesday 11th Oct 2017
IN VOLATILE times, launching a new film festival is an enterprise that can only be considered an act of defiant optimism.
Thus it is with Eqypt’s El Gouna Film Festival, masterminded by the highly respected critic and programmer of Arab cinema, Intishal Al Timimi.
Doctor Zipp’s Amazing Octo-Com and Other London Storiesby Dan Carrier(London Books, £9.99)
“HUMAN interest” stories, as any good features editor knows, are part of the jam...
LEO BOIX sees a new play which poses fraught questions about bombing as an act of revolutionary violence