Many festivals still have no policies or procedures in place to tackle the alarming numbers of people being harassed and assaulted at their events.
Ahead of the Labour Live festival this weekend, we asked Jarvis Cocker (oh all right, Marie Le Conte) to reimagine the Pulp classic “Sorted for E’s & Whizz”...
Rona Munro and Richard Eyre have skilfully translated a novelistic monologue into a solo stage show.
On that album cover we look like the epitome of hunger, but we also look hip, and we knew it.
Blaming music for youth violence is neither just nor helpful. Policing it with terrorism legislation is madness.
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Should people tell their crushes how they feel? “Yeah! Come on! Yeah.”
This was a homecoming for a band who haven’t played live in the UK for nearly four years.
In this play, rape matters only for how it affects the plot – not the victim.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan peers into the near future.
To understand today’s demagogues and despots we should look to Macbeth and Richard III.