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  • Picture This 22.4.2017


    AS THE drums of war beat ever louder globally, there can hardly be a more appropriate time than now to visit and draw inspiration from the exhibition People Power: Fighting for Peace at London’s Imperial War Museum.

    It’s the first major exhibition in Britain charting the...

    Saturday 22nd Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Album Reviews: Spring is busting out all over the fields of folk


    JUST like a kid looks forward to Christmas, a new Lisa Knapp album is always something to anticipate.

    You can never guess what you’re going to get from Knapp (below), who’s not unlike an English Bjork both in vocal style and sonic invention.

    This time round,...

    Saturday 22nd Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Promised Land proves to be a mirage for Alain Mabanckou’s black Moses


    Black Moses by Alain Mabanckou (Serpent’s Tail, £12.99)

    THE BETTER to position an author on the bookshelves, it’s inevitable that a writer from the global south who catches the attention of readers in Europe and the US is framed by comparisons with...

    Saturday 22nd Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • If Brighton can triumph, so can Labour


    WHAT a week. On Monday, Brighton & Hove Albion FC, the club I’ve supported since I was six years old, clinched promotion to the Premier League. Along with most of Sussex, I became a puddle of beer.

    On Tuesday, May called a snap election for June 8.

    There’s a...

    Saturday 22nd Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Arts ahead 22.4.2017


    Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come

    Saturday 22nd Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Sexism under fire during Blitz


    MARIA DUARTE enjoys a film with a feminist focus on the role of women during WWII

    Friday 21st Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Film round up 21.4.2017


    The Zookeeper’s Wife (12A)

    Directed by Niki Caro

    4/5

    IN 1939, Antonina Zabinska and her husband Jan run Warsaw Zoo, a Disneyland clone packed with delighted visitors and adorable animals.

    But, after the...

    Friday 21st Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Escapist excellence


    PETER MASON sees a vibrant production of An American in Paris which encapsulates the essence of what a feel-good musical should be

    Thursday 20th Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Dodgy portrait of art scams


    The Horses’s Arse

    by Laura Gascoigne

    (Clink Street, £8.99)

    THE BEST thing about this book is its title, and even that is a retouched reference to Joyce Cary’s 1944 novel, a skit on the dodgy art...

    Thursday 20th Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Jobs’s terms and conditions of interminable tedium


    Terms and Conditions

    by Robert Sikoryak

    (Drawn and Quarterly, £12.99)

    “THE CONTRACT everyone agrees to but no-one reads.”

    That, apart from the gushing quotes from the likes of the Guardian,...

    Thursday 20th Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


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