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16 September 2015

Theatre review: 'An angry call for revolt'

Effie is a working class girl in an area of Cardiff hit hard by cuts. No work, no hope, shops boarded up, library and swimming pool closed, streets littered with dog shit.

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24 June 2015

Theatre review: The Red Lion

Writer Patrick Marber returns to the National Theatre after a long absence with a beautiful three-man show set in the desperate, passionate and quasi-religious world of a non-league football club.

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19 November 2014

Socialism 2014

Around 1,200 people attended the Socialist Party's recent discussion and debate event, Socialism 2014

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12 November 2014

Theatre Review: United We Stand

It is the summer of 1972, two years into a Tory government, and building workers take strike action against the 'Lump' - the use of cash-in-hand non-union labour in the building industry, writes Reviewed by Kate Jones, Socialist Party Wales.

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24 September 2014


Theatre review: Worthing in Sussex always re-elected Tory MPs in the past and worship of the blessed Margaret Thatcher is widespread, writes Derek McMilllan.

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17 September 2014

We're Not Going Back

Theatre review: We're Not Going Back is a musical comedy set during the 1984-85 miners' strike. You follow the story of three sisters, all completely different, but united by one cause, to set up a branch of Women Against Pit Closures

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13 November 2013

Play review: Sandpits Avenue/League of St George

"You kiss a lot of frogs in fringe theatre," said one audience member. "But this one is definitely a prince." London's latest 'new writing' house, the Hope Theatre, has just opened in Islington

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2 October 2013

Theatre review: A man of humble beginnings

Leicester Everybody's Reading festival is performing my play A Man of Humble Beginnings, about pioneering Leicester socialist, Amos Sherriff, writes Tony Church, Leicester.

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The 2011 Tolpuddle Martyrs festival saw a record 10,000 people celebrate the victory of the early trade union movement , photo Rob Emery

The 2011 Tolpuddle Martyrs festival saw a record 10,000 people celebrate the victory of the early trade union movement , photo Rob Emery

17 July 2013

The story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs

Theatre review: "Our play, set in 1834, follows George and Betsy Loveless' extraordinary story. He was a Methodist minister and leader of the six Dorset farm labourers tried, convicted and condemned to harsh transportation

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28 March 2013

Interview: Wirral Youth Theatre cuts

Wirral Labour council has voted through 42 million of cuts as part of 109 million projected cuts over three years. A campaigner from Wirral Youth Theatre explains the consequences

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7 December 2011

Theatre review

Goodbye Barcelona: The idea of a musical commemorating the epic Spanish civil war (1936-39), and inspired by the heroism of the International Brigades may appear incongruous, writes Tony Saunois.

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13 July 2011

From a Spark to a Flame

Theatre review: The Tolpuddle Martyrs story is one of enduring importance, especially in times like these. From a Spark to a Flame is a production dealing with the six farm labourers who, in 1832, dared to organise

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11 November 2010

Review: Call Mr Robeson: A Life, with Songs

KATE JONES reviews Call Mr Robeson: A Life, with Songs, a one-man show currently on tour. It is coming to Coventry (Belgrade Theatre) on 27 November and Lincoln (University) on 11 December. For further...

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21 April 2010

1936 - A play about the Olympics

Attic Theatre Co: ROUND THE corner from the London 2012 Olympics site, the play "1936" opened at the Arcola Theatre, Dalston...

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17 March 2010

Unite to save Northcott Theatre

EXETER NORTHCOTT Theatre is being placed in administration. The future of one of the South West's only producing theatre companies, and its 80 employees, is in doubt, writes Rob Edwards, Exeter Socialist Students.

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Youth Fight for Jobs conference

Youth Fight for Jobs conference

6 May 2009

Youth fight for jobs: Launch conference

Saturday 9 May Cruciform Lecture Theatre 1, University College London (UCL)
Nearest tubes and trains: Euston, Warren Street and Goodge Street
Ticket costs are 3 unwaged / 5 waged.

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6 September 2007

'Holding Fire' by Jack Shepherd

While London theatre rarely concerns itself with labour history, this new play deals with the Chartist movement in Britain in the mid-nineteenth century...

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1 November 2002

Over one hundred dead in Moscow hostage crisis

The Theatre Of War: PUTIN'S 'WAR against terror' has brought terror to Moscow itself. A group of 50 heavily armed Chechens drove through Moscow in two minibuses and seized a theatre full of people in the middle of a popular

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