The Center: Cult Appeal and Redemption
Belonging, dependence and redemption in 72 minutes at the East End Film Festival
My sociology lecturer once told me, after I had finished a class presentation, how I would...
Aboriginal Australia: Enduring Histories, Enduring Civilisations
British Museum exhibition maps out the past of the Aboriginal people offering a glimpse into the history and future of Australia’s earliest inhabitants
There has been...
Ramadan Spirit Can Heal Our Fractured World
In a world increasingly troubled by greed and intolerance, the deep spiritual training of Ramadan can offer healing
In this year's month of Ramadan, which is only a few days...
European Islam: A Millennium of Tolerant Diversity
Over a thousand years of European Islam brings into question increasingly narrow definitions of British and European values
In the medieval and early modern world, England...
The Future is Blue: Neoliberal Britain
As Conservative ideology sweeps across Britain, the future sets to be fuelled by endless individualism and privatisation
I live in a blissful world where Green Party rules...
Startling Sounds and Colourful Cultures at ‘The Isle is Full of Noises’
An East London festival collaborates with local artists to explore the rich results of immigration
East London has for centuries been defined by immigration. Many new communities...
The Father: Dementia in a Theatrical World
The Tricycle Theatre’s production of The Father succeeds in showing what memory loss looks like on stage and bringing the audience into the midst of the experience