THE PEOPLE'S DAILY
FIGHTING FUND
YOU'VE RAISED:
£5023
WE NEED:
£12977
8 Days Remaining
  • Stunning sight-and-sound sensations from Coppe and co.


    21rpm
    St Giles-in-the-Fields, London WC2
    4/5

    CONCEIVED as a get-together for collaborators with eccentric Japanese child star and musician Coppe, and to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her cult record label Mango and...

    Saturday 8th Oct 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Transcender Festival


    Transcender Festival

    St Luke’s, London EC1

    The Barbican Centre's Transcender Festival presents music that, as its name suggests, transports the listener to the spiritual realm and that's precisely what happens during this concert of ...

    Friday 7th Oct 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • The Signal Was Spain


     The Signal Was Spain

    Rich Mix, London E1

    A Philosophy Football night of protest music old and new marking the Battle of Cable Street in 1936 and the International Brigades who fought fascism, The Signal Was Spain certainly lives up to the...

    Friday 7th Oct 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • There's a real chance to end the ruling-class offensive in Britain


    There's a real chance to end the ruling-class offensive in Britain' Singer-songwriter Calum Baird talks music and politics with Bob Oram 
    After the welcome release last year of his brilliant album No Right Turn, acclaimed singer-songwriter Calum Baird knuckled down to his university...

    Wednesday 24th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Ageing bard tells it like it is


    Al Goodwin
    The Harrison Bar
    London WC1
    4/5

    Al Goodwin (pictured), sings through his eyes. Shut for most of the set, they still dance, feel every emotion and his face tells you as much of his story, as...

    Thursday 11th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Idle wait for a take-off that never comes


    Vamos Cuba!
    Sadler’s Wells,
    2/5

    THERE’S a lot to get excited about a theatrical staging of Cuban dance and music. Nothing could be quite so colourful in the mind’s eye. The bright lights of Havana’s...

    Saturday 6th Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • An astonishing creative power


    Chris Searle on jazz

    Tuesday 2nd Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Features

  • Why nostalgia is not what it used to be


    There might be something startlingly new in the shock of the old. But not always, writes James Walsh

    Tuesday 2nd Aug 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Anarchic spirits run free in the park


    Patti Smith + Massive Attack
    Hyde Park, London W2
    5/5 

    PATTI SMITH reclaimed the British Summertime festival for the dissenters, revolutionaries, the glorious dead and the stuck-in-a-groove living, with her poetic...

    Wednesday 6th Jul 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Review: Quiet Loner + Jamie West


    Quiet Loner + Jamie West

    The Harrison

    London WC1

    Quiet Loner's opener The Ghost of Oswald Mosley, with its “we thought it was over, buried somewhere in the past” refrain is a starkly relevant reminder that...

    Friday 1st Jul 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


Advertisement