BETHANY RIELLY talks to a group of young refugees who, by using ‘theatre against the odds,’ tell stories that are witty, entertaining and painfully real
Thursday 16th Nov 2017
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In the Name of the Son: The Gerry Conlon Storyby Richard O’Rawe(Merrion Press, £15.99)
ALONG with Paul Hill, Paddy Armstrong and Carole Richardson, Gerry Conlon was one of the so-called Guildford Four. In 1975,...
Tuesday 14th Nov 2017
RPS/2044: An Oral History of the Next American Revolutionby Michael Albert(Z Communications, £11)
MICHAEL ALBERT has long had the ability to simplify very complex systems of inequality and, in doing so, unveil their...
MARJORIE MAYO recommends an excellent collection of literary responses to the October Revolution in Russia
As artists like Picasso and Matisse recognised, Paul Cezanne's radical break with tradition was the seed for a new era of modern art, says CHRISTINE LINDEY
Monday 13th Nov 2017
The Red Lion is an acute examination of the conflict in football between old and new values, says LYNNE WALSH
There's little to celebrate in this Jubilee, says PAUL FOLEY
JOHN STEVENSON remembers an inspirational comrade who adopted Glasgow as his home
Unite general secretary LEN McCLUSKEY explains why the union is backing a groundbreaking grassroots poetry initiative with the publication of On Fighting On!
Saturday 11th Nov 2017
Attila the Stockbroker