Hunted CoLab Theatre, London SE14/5
“IF YOU have ever felt like you’re being watched, that’s because you are.
“You are one of the most important people in the world and yet you’ve...
Wednesday 19th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
No’s KnifeThe Old Vic, London SE12/5
ACCOMPLISHED Samuel Beckett actress Lisa Dwan scales the heights of ambition by interpreting the great playwright’s Texts For Nothing, a selection of prose works never...
Thursday 13th Oct 2016
21rpmSt Giles-in-the-Fields, London WC24/5
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
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
by Will Stone
Boomtown Fair 2016, Matterley Estate, Winchester
Friday 19th Aug 2016
Our Ladies Of Perpetual SuccourNational Theatre, Dorfman, SE13/5
A multi-award winning sell-out at Edinburgh fringe festival last year, Our Ladies tells the story of six Catholic school choir girls who go on the lash as...
Saturday 13th Aug 2016
BRITAIN’S third-largest union has backed Owen Smith to become Labour Party leader after a ballot of members — but only 7 per cent voted.
GMB revealed yesterday that members who voted endorsed Jeremy Corbyn’s rival by 60 per cent to 40 per cent.
Thursday 11th Aug 2016
posted by Will Stone in Britain
UNREST across Britain’s franchised railways deepened yesterday after Virgin East Coast staff voted to go on strike over jobs, safety and working conditions.
RMT union members, already embroiled in a bitter dispute on Southern, backed walkouts by 84 per cent with nine in 10...
Wednesday 10th Aug 2016
THE current shortage of nurses could continue beyond 2020 unless hospitals reduce demand for services, the body responsible for training NHS staff warned yesterday.
Health Education England (HEE) confirmed that it would not be able to supply the NHS with enough nurses if trusts do not...
Tuesday 9th Aug 2016
UKIP leadership contender Lisa Duffy defended her pledge to ban the wearing of Muslim veils in public places yesterday, claiming the measure would promote a “well-rounded community.”
Ms Duffy, who is backed by the party’s former spokeswoman Suzanne Evans, also...