by Luciano Vasapollo, with Rita Martufi and Joaquìn Arriola
(Manifesto Press, £5)
TWO years ago, around the time of the Greek “Oxi” referendum, everyone following European...
Monday 7th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A new book eloquently argues the case for applying the elementary principles of modernist architecture to domestic housing, says MICHAL BONCZA
Saturday 5th Aug 2017
Jim Cartwright’s Thatcher-era play on a working-class community on the skids packs a powerful emotional punch, says MARY CONWAY
GREG RUSSELL is one of a dozen or so young folkies who fill me with confidence that the next few decades are in good hands.
Fiery of hair, fiery of voice and fiery of opinion, he’s behind this month’s two standout recordings, the first of them the live album of the...
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come
Well Versed is edited by Jody Porter
Friday 4th Aug 2017
posted by Jody Porter in Arts
ALAN FRANK recommends a beautifully crafted biopic of folk artist Maud Lewis
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (12A)
Directed by Luc Besson
LUC BESSON’S costly labour of love, which took a long time in the making, may have bombed at the US box office. But it is a surreal...
Thursday 3rd Aug 2017
A new play on the scabrous tabloid is something of a lament for the lost era of Fleet Street, says CONRAD LANDIN