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Artists appeal to the Chemical Brothers: Please don't play Tel Aviv


London, 18 October 2016

Dear Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands,

We’re wondering why the Chemical Brothers, so formidably progressive in the London and Manchester DJ scenes, seem about to let down our great cities’ record of radicalism.

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Artist's Boycott

The Pram in the Hall #1

I’ve been thinking about the notion of the ‘pram in the hall’ since I read at The Breastfeeding Festival in Manchester on 25 June. Perhaps in the past, this notion was true. 639 more words

Mother's Milk Books

Lochhead displays her mastery of comic theatre with Thon Man Moliere

Liz Lochhead’s tragicomedy Thon Man Moliere, which just ended its run at the Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, proves yet again that the writer is one of the greatest artistic talents Scotland has produced over the last century. 243 more words


Unfankle this

A film about a love affair in the ruins of Buchanan castle, Drymen

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Two Cultures

Review: Thon Man Molière – Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh

First published in The Times, Friday May 27 2016

Four Stars

In the context of Scottish theatre, Molière, the nom-de-plume of Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, the 17th century French dramatist and actor, is pretty much synonymous with Liz Lochhead. 450 more words

Theatre Reviews