The Swan Theatre Stratford-upon-Avon
IN HIS programme notes to The Hypocrite, playwright Richard Bean explains that theatre has a right to bend history.
In this brilliant comic farce,...
Wednesday 12th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A new biography of artist and traveller Thomas Jones confirms his status as a unique observer of life and landscapes in 18th-century Wales and Italy, says GWYN GRIFFITHS
Tuesday 11th Apr 2017
Ben Cowles: Game On
Leading US historian ERIC FONER explains to John Green why his books run counter to the depiction of the US past as cause for relentless celebration
Monday 10th Apr 2017
Cash Not Care: The Planned Demolition of the UK Welfare State
by Mo Stewart (New Generation Publishing, £15.99)
LIVING with a disability can be timeconsuming and expensive.
Yet since the banking crisis of 2008, people with...
CHRIS JURY looks forward to a gathering of activists and unions to promote the role of the arts in challenging right-wing ideas
Saturday 8th Apr 2017
Revolutionary architecture should inspire us to take control of the built environment, says NATHAN AKEHURST
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come
Attila the Stockbroker’s diary
Paul Foley reviews The Tenant of Wildfell Hall