Hannah J. Davies reports in the Guardian on last weekend's Brainchild festival, principally organised by Counterfire supporter Marina Blake.
Tansy Hoskins reviews the play Sofka based on the biography of the Red Princess; Sofka Dolgorouky
June 11, 2012
Written by Tansy E Hoskins
Jane Shallice thinks there are modern things being said in the National Theatre’s new production of Sophocles' ancient Greek tragedy Antigone
Don’t miss the brilliant ‘Picasso and Modern British Art’ exhibition at the Tate Britain, says John Rees.
May 20, 2012
Written by John Rees
Chris Walsh reviews the Scottish Ballet's production of a classic.
The Royal Academy's exhibition on Soviet art and architecture in the years after the revolution is inspiring, poignant, and tragic - and it shouldn't be missed, writes Charles Brown.
The Robeson Files was not a music programme or a biography of the black American singer, actor and political activist but a programme about politics: fighting racism and linking anti-racism to the wider struggle.
July 11, 2011
Written by Jacqueline Mulhallen
From the Jarrow Crusade to the Arab Revolutions and 26 March - Mark Tyers reviews this timely exhibition of resistance.
April 28, 2011
Written by Mark Tyers
Paul Robeson's achievements have been shamefully neglected. Chris Nineham reviews a one-man touring play about his life, starring Tayo Aluko.
January 13, 2011
Written by Chris Nineham
The exhibition Shelley’s Ghost at the Bodleian Library is a rare opportunity to see the manuscripts and mementos of the most remarkable family of radical writers.
In an unspecified future, Earth's population is kept hard working and ignorant via brain-controlling television broadcasts. The world is manipulated - everything from the Cold War to The Beatles - by the Orwellian 'MI23', whose mantra is 'Truth. Justice. Fear.'
May 29, 2010
Written by Dan Poulton
Banksy has hit the big screen with Exit Through the Gift Shop, but the-sauce.org suggests the Bristol graffiti artist is just a public schoolboy cashing in on others' talent.