SASKIA MURPHY looks ahead to a play on the Grunwick dispute, which challenged the way women and immigrant workers are treated in the workplace
Tuesday 12th Sep 2017
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ESTHER JOHNSON tells Neil Mudd why she’s made a film with a markedly different vision of WWI
A TENDER love story, set during the era of cold-war paranoia, won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
The Shape of Water by Guillermo del Toro tells the story of mute cleaning lady Elisa who falls in love with a sort of merman in a top-secret government laboratory.
Accounts by survivors of the Nagaski atomic bomb paint a grim picture of life following a nuclear attack, says PETER MASON
Monday 11th Sep 2017
Forgetfulness: Making the Modern Culture of Amnesia
by Francis O’Gorman
THIS book is about communal amnesia.
Its author Francis O’Gorman believes advanced capitalism has...
So They Call you Pisher!
by Michael Rosen
MICHAEL ROSEN is known to numberless children as a marvellously entertaining performer of his own poetry, to grown-ups as a regular broadcaster on BBC...
MATTHEW FINN explains why for three decades he’s been taking photographs of his mother
Saturday 9th Sep 2017
A new documentary challenges the lack of working-class representation in theatre head on, says LEN PHELAN
On the Road with Attila the Stockbroker
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on off er in the weeks to come