Editorial: UK General Election 2017 Is Our Chance to Save Britain
We have a rare opportunity to change the course of this nation for the better
As the voter registration closes, Britain is bracing itself for the most whirlwind election period in decades....
Monotonous Misogyny in A Lie of the Mind
Sam Shepard’s 1985 play newly staged at London’s Southwark Playhouse features characters stuck in the past and repetitive scenes
When the name of Sam Shepard makes an appearance...
Raw Realities of Conflict in Mogadishu
Mogadishu’s boy soldiers show the plight of Somalia’s future in this observational documentary
The Frames of Representation documentary festival at the ICA focused on the theme...
Making Doodles and Recording History: Hamja Ahsan On DIY Cultures 2017
Hamja Ahsan discusses zines and activism on the fifth anniversary of the DIY Cultures festival in London
Print cultures are making a fierce resurgence. In the absence of a grassroots,...
You Have No Idea How Much I Love You: Laborious Psychotherapy On Screen
Pawel Lozinski’s meditation on family does not avoid gendered metaphors
You Have No Idea How Much I Love You, an experimental documentary by Polish director Pawel Lozinski, screened...
Poem: Irish Liberal Foresees Own Enduring Relevance
The false imprisonment of political rights in Ireland
In 2014, after six years of severe austerity in Ireland, the then Fine Gael-Labour coalition government...
From Monarchies to Political Dynasties: Ruling Families Clinging to Power in India and Pakistan
The disenfranchisement with a political landscape rife with nepotism is leading to the succession of ‘alternative’ candidates
In February 2017, Indian Prime Minister Narendra...