Pride: The Unlikely Story of the True Heroes of the Miners’ Strike by Tim Tate (John Blake Books, £8.99)
WRITERS often struggle with the personal accounts offered up by those whose stories they are trying to capture.
Memory has been called the...
Thursday 17th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Girl from the North CountryOld Vic Theatre, London SE15/5
THIS freewheelin’ new piece from playwright Conor McPherson is a drama with songs and since these are the lyrical and gritty outpourings of Bob Dylan, diehard fans may want to brace themselves for...
Tuesday 8th Aug 2017
These Trees Are Made of Blood
Arcola Theatre, London E8
IF THIS all-singing, all-dancing, cabaret-style spectacular about Argentina’s dirty war in the 1970s and ’80s doesn’t get you to the...
Thursday 6th Jul 2017
LYNNE WALSH tells the story of Ntombi, a woman from South Africa who was trafficked into prostitution and persecuted by Britain’s unjust immigration laws
Thursday 22nd Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
LYNNE WALSH writes on an independent charity making English more accessible
Wednesday 21st Jun 2017
LYNNE WALSH is challenged and amused in turn by a play described as ‘a political correctness time-bomb nightmare’
Saturday 3rd Jun 2017
LYNNE WALSH is challenged and amused in turns by a play described as 'a political correctness time-bomb nightmare
Friday 26th May 2017
LYNNE WALSH sees a barnstorming musical tribute to the Small Faces, which captures the highs and the lows of an iconic band
Thursday 18th May 2017
LYNNE WALSH looks forward to a unique festival in the town where, it’s said, the red flag was first raised
Tuesday 9th May 2017
Labour has a lot to lose in Wales. Its 580 council seats are threatened by old rivals Plaid Cymru and the Tories. But LYNNE WALSH find somes local upstarts looking set to shake things up with a new party
Thursday 4th May 2017