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  • Time to mothball this diva showcase?


    Adriana Lecouvreur

    Royal Opera House

    London WC2

    Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilea is a relatively obscure and rarely performed opera, known only for two outstanding arias.

    Its convoluted plot, based on the...

    Thursday 9th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Intriguing revival of a Chinese classic


    Old meets new in Snow in Midsummer and it’s a potent mix of ghost story and thriller, says GORDON PARSONS

    Thursday 9th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Badiou demolishes black is bad myth


    Black: The Brilliance of a Non-Colour by Alain Badiou (Polity Books, £9.99)

    “HUMANITY, as such, is colourless.” Alain Badiou ends this slim and quixotic volume of thoughts on the subject of blackness with a forceful plea for equality and a negation...

    Thursday 9th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Picture This


    Morning Star cartoonist Lorna Miller has teamed up with Chris George Cards to produce a set lauding three of Scotland’s outstanding women political activists.

    Jennie Lee (1904-1988) from Fife was a socialist and a Labour Party politician who became the youngest...

    Thursday 9th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Ashes leaves an indelible mark


    David Rudkin’s gripping drama about a couple’s struggle to conceive stays long in the mind, says PAUL FOLEY

    Tuesday 7th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Hval of a time with singer who’s not safe for capitalism


    Jenny Hval Rich Mix, London E1 4/5

    WATCHING experimental Norwegian songstress Jenny Hval and her troupe is like bearing witness to a blood-soaked seance.

    There’s no blood, of course, but all are decked out in crimson cloth and paint as they drag material...

    Tuesday 7th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Book review: Joseph, 1917


    Paul Simon reviews a flawed account of a human cog in the first world war machine

    Tuesday 7th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • The Women’s Day that shook the world


    In this extract from his book A People’s History of the Russian Revolution, Neil Faulkner explains the significance of February 23, 1917 in the overthrow of the tsarist regime

    Monday 6th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Book review: Shout it Loud, Shout it Clear


    Shout it Loud, Shout it Clear by John Comino-James

    (Dewi Lewis Publishing, £25)

    “THERE have been 1,518 deaths in police custody since 1990 in England and Wales and 0 convictions.”

    This alarming statistic, displayed...

    Saturday 4th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Robotic reminder of what it is to be human


    Spillikin Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds/ Touring 4/5

    ROBOTS in art usually want to kill humans or become more like them through artificial intelligence.

    But the success of Pipeline Theatre’s Spillikin is that it places a physically and emotionally static...

    Saturday 4th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


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