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The RSC’s Antony & Cleopatra at the Barbican Theatre

The RSC’s latest production of Antony & Cleopatra offers sizzling performances from its star actors, a unique score by singer-composer Laura Mvula and Dionysic revelry in its opening act. In his...

Exposed: London’s eugenics conference and its neo-Nazi links

A eugenics conference held annually at University College London by an honorary professor, the London Conference on Intelligence, is dominated by a secretive group of white supremacists with neo-Nazi links...

Network – Bryan Cranston is prophet of the airwaves

Adapting the 1976 satirical film of the same name, Network follows TV newsreader Howard Beale, whose bosses discover that his increasingly unhinged on-air rants may hold the key to their ratings success. Lee...

Alfredo Jaar’s The Garden of Good and Evil at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

In this review, Gonçalo Birra contemplates the emotional dynamics and politics at play in Alfredo Jaar’s current exhibition, The Garden of Good and Evil. I believe that we have lost the ability to see...

The London Plan: A radically greener London?

It is no secret that transport is the biggest contributor to the invisible killer haunting our capital city – air pollution. Contributing to an estimated 40,000 deaths in the UK, it is clear that present and...

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The OfS’ hypocrisy on free speech

Jo Johnson, brother of Boris and Minister for Universities, has found himself in a rather tight spot. In an impassioned speech in late December, he explained Theresa May’s latest controversial policy: The Office for Students (OfS). As part of this...

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The Post: ‘meticulously calculated’

The Post is, by turns, a fantastically textured tale of a single landmark decision; and a cynical, disingenuous example of political pandering to the Academy. Whichever view you adopt likely rests on your opinion of popular politics in the media...